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Old 02-09-2007, 01:54 PM   #1
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firecalc question

Question on firecalc

When you enter a yearly spending amount and then tell firecalc you are going to retire in the future - does it adjust the spending for cost of living?

In other words if I say I need 10K a year but I am retiring in 2010 does it adjust the 10K to a higher number based on the CPI (or selection inflation rate) for an additional 3 years?

I have assumed that it does but I can't find anything that tells me that for sure.

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