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Including Dividends and CG in FIRECalc calcuations
Old 01-09-2017, 07:40 AM   #1
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Including Dividends and CG in FIRECalc calcuations

Just wondering if I should consider dividends and capital gains as 'additional income' in FIRECalc or if they are already included as part of FIRECalc's portfolio growth calculations.

And if anyone here is using Flexible Retirement Planner, same question - should I consider dividends and CGs as 'additional income'?

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They are already included in FIRECalc.
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