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Old 03-13-2015, 08:01 PM   #1
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FireCalc question

Been using FireCalc and was wondering if there is anyway to save your data. Unless I'm missing something, I've had to add my data every time I use the program. Note, it holds the data while I'm working on it, but if I close my browser, the data is not saved.

If FireCalc doesn't save data, I think my next best tool is a tool included with my Fidelity account. Any other options?

Thanks - Jerry

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Old 03-13-2015, 08:46 PM   #2
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You can install the LastPass plug-in. After you fill in the data, you can dig into its tools menu and use the feature that saves all fields on the page. From then on, it will fill-in those fields for you when you visit the page. Of course it works on any site, not just FC.

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On the results page, look in the upper right corner for:

Link to this set of data (Right-click and either "Copy Shortcut"
to paste into an email, for example, or "Add to Favorites")
And you will get a link. Here's one (shortened with google shortner to make for easy pasting), all default except $1M portfolio in place of $750,000:

FIRECalc: A different kind of retirement calculator

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