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Old 05-26-2017, 11:53 AM   #1
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Can someone walk me through where I would put part time income in firecalc.

For example from 2017 to 2025 income of etc. while retiring at 2017.
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I wonder if the easiest thing to do would to use the Not Retired? tab, put in your 2025 retirement and have your part-time take-home pay be what you add to your retirement funds each year since it will be an offset of what you are withdrawing.

Another option would be to input your part-time comp as a pension starting in 2017 offset by a corresponding off-chart spending starting in 2025 under the Other Income/Spending tab.
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