I think I've found a bug in the spreadsheet output. When I have an increase or decrease in spending that is not adjusted for inflation, the spreadsheet firecalc-1.xls under the column "Withdrawal Change 1" shows the increase/decrease adjusted for inflation. It seems firecalc does handle this flag, its just the spreadsheet. Am I correct?
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