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|Subject: Figuring retirement sum||Date: 2/24/1998 7:00 PM|
|Author: orangeblood||Number: 1952 of 77871|
Let's say I feel I can retire comfortably with an annual income of x. How do I go about figuring how much of a nest egg I will need?
I am not overly interested in preserving the sum to pass on to anyone, so I don't mind it diminishing at a safe rate. However, I want to plan on living 40 years or so after I retire.
I know I've seen something around here, but nothing came up on my search.
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