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Old 12-30-2014, 05:19 PM   #1
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Question: Is there any way to get firecalc to change asset allocation yearly in its calculation? If I have it calculate based on 75 stocks/25 bonds, obviously as I age this allocation will change. Can I have it compute based on a yearly asset changes?
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Not that I know of, but I'm no expert.
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+1 but I can see where it would be more realistic for those who are a number of years away from retiring in that many people are heavy in equities wen they are younger and grade into fixed income as they approach retirement (usually the last decade or so of work).
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