Re: Adjusting Fire Calc for a mid year exit
Yes, per Dory, start and top years default to Jan 1. Unless you are very close to the retirement year, the best workaround I have found is to run it for both years (the ones before and after the actual FIRE date) and estimate the midpoint.
San Francisco Area
ESR'd March 2010. FIRE'd January 2011.
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