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Old 02-19-2015, 01:25 PM   #1
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Question re: Fidelity RIP detailed cash flow

In looking at the Fidelity RIP detailed cash flow results I'm not understanding why the pension field isn't growing by the % of inflation that I've assumed.

Social security is growing in the cash flow model at the 2.5% inflation I've assumed but pension is staying in today's dollars. So from what I'm seeing it's not showing me a true picture of what I'll have to withdraw to cover expenses.

What am I missing?

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Fidelity really needs a new acronym. Every time I see it, I think Fidelity has folded.

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Next to the pension calcualtion is and edit field. If you click that on the word edit, on the next screen is a question "Adjust Income to Future Dollars?"
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