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Old 01-12-2007, 09:45 PM   #1
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the results to show the complete spreadsheet as it formerly did? it used to show the ending portfolio value for each year. if you needed the $ to last 30 years, and you retired in 1871, it would show the the ending $ for 1871 and for each of the next 29 years. then for retiring in 1872 it showed ending $ for that year plus the next 29, and so on, all the way to a recent retirement year.

i believe there's still a way to get this, but i can't figure out how. help anyone? thanks much.

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Old 01-12-2007, 09:51 PM   #2 Founder
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Use the advanced firecalc link, and in the "results" tab, check the box labeled "Provide data and formulas in a spreadsheet format". Then look for the link in the results page to download the spreadsheet.
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