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When exactly in retirement year does FIRECalc assume you're retiring?
Old 11-14-2021, 04:19 PM   #1
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When exactly in retirement year does FIRECalc assume you're retiring?

As I'm getting closed to my anticipated retirement year, I'm starting to experiment with different potential retirement dates.

I'm wondering when exactly in a given year does FIRECalc assume I'm retiring? For example, if I enter 2022 as my expected retirement year, does FIRECalc assume I retire at the beginning of the year (e.g. Jan 1, 2022) or some other date (e.g. November 14, 2022 - the date I'm running the calculation?
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