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Subject:  Desktop retirement planning software Date:  9/22/2009  7:39 PM
Author:  KillroyFool Number:  231 of 315

I used to use an old version of quicken that had a decent retirement planing module. I'm looking for something robust, accurate and up to date. Ideally it would handle drips in addition to mainstream investments. Also it needs to deal with minimum distributions, planning for taking SS at different ages, retiring before 59 1/2 so that its taking funds from non tax advantaged accounts during that time, IRAs, Roth IRAs, and pensions. Ideally it would work prior to retirement and also planning once in retirement.

Does anyone have any experience with either of these options?

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