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Old 11-16-2017, 12:24 PM   #1
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Can someone refer me to a savings longevity calculator that calculates beyond 30 years?

I used to know of one I found which would calculate the number of months it would last beyond 30 years but it disappeared. The only ones I can find now simply give the balance remaining at the end of 30 years.
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Can someone refer me to a savings longevity calculator that calculates beyond 30 years?

I used to know of one I found which would calculate the number of months it would last beyond 30 years but it disappeared. The only ones I can find now simply give the balance remaining at the end of 30 years.
You do realize that the asteroid will hit in 20 years, don't you?

Seriously, although my spreadsheet goes out more than 30 years, it's purest fantasy. I have no idea what interest rates will be in the intervening period, what inflation will be like, what cataclysms will occur between now and then, and it's highly unlikely that I will even live that long.
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Old 11-16-2017, 01:19 PM   #3
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You do realize that the asteroid will hit in 20 years, don't you?

Seriously, although my spreadsheet goes out more than 30 years, it's purest fantasy. I have no idea what interest rates will be in the intervening period, what inflation will be like, what cataclysms will occur between now and then, and it's highly unlikely that I will even live that long.
Alas, that's all very true! I still find it helpful.
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Something like this be of any use ?

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https://www.calculatorsoup.com/calcu...calculator.php
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There is an almost overwhelming variety of calculators here: Financial Calculators from Dinkytown.net - the best calculators anywhere! I pulled up one called a "savings calculator" and it went to 40 years.

Maybe you can find something there.
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I like this calculator.
It also lets you add SS & pension and withdrawals if you want.
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