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Would anyone be willing to plug in my following numbers below and see if this calculator seems accurate?

One confusing thing about this model, is that certain numbers don't seem to be advanced by the rate of inflation, but instead remain constant. If you need more specifics I can provide them. Thanks.

(SSDI income only. Used 54 as "retirement age" because that may be when I stop adding money to savings.)

Current Age = 44
Retirement Age = 54
Life Expectancy = 75
Inflation - Average = 3.5%
Inflation - Std Dev = 2.5%
Investment Tax Rate = 0%
Income Tax Rate = 10%
Taxable Portfolio Value = 105K
Tax Free Portfolio Value = $49,200
Min IRA/401k Withdrawal = Age 54
Taxable Annual Savings = 8K
Investing Style = Risk Averse
Annual Retirement Income = 17K
Retirement Income Start Age = 54
Annual Retirement Spending = 28K
Spending Policy = Stable

Probability of Success = 97%

Thank you.
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