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Old 04-11-2016, 07:20 AM   #1
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FireCalc updated for 2016

The yearly update has to await PPI, CPI, market performance including dividends, and a few other details.

Dividends are always the last to be updated, but these were finally published, so the database for FireCalc has been updated.
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Dory36! Great to see you are still out there living the dream...
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The yearly update has to await PPI, CPI, market performance including dividends, and a few other details.

Dividends are always the last to be updated, but these were finally published, so the database for FireCalc has been updated.
Thanks so much!
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Thanks! Would still like to see 10 year interm. govt bonds as an option instead of just short and long term. :-)
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Old 04-21-2016, 10:59 PM   #5
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Great to hear from you, Dory!
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