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Does FireCalc calculate future balances if not retired?
Old 08-10-2017, 04:01 PM   #1
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Does FireCalc calculate future balances if not retired?

Example: If I enter a portfolio balance of $1MM (and an AA in the Your Portfolio tab) and I indicate I plan to retire in 5 years, does FireCalc calculate what your portfolio balance might be in 5 years and use that figure in its success calculations?

Hope that makes sense.
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Yes, it does exactly as you ask.

You can see this by doing two runs of FIRECalc for a 30 year retirement, one at the default numbers and a second after going to the "Not Retired?" tab and indicating you will retire five years later (2022). The first result will show a success rate of 94.9% and delaying five years will result in 100%
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