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Are any of you aware of online calculators I could plug our numbers into to help figure this out? Or, if I provide the numbers, could any of you make the calculations?

Here is a site that will crunch the numbers for a fee:

I have no idea if they're any good. I found them from another forum thread:

Here's another forum where someone provided their summary:

Here's a link to AARP's calculator mentioned in the thread:

I'd read the book you downloaded first to get a better understanding of your options. Then I'd try the AARP calculator. If you're still uncertain, I'd go ahead and use the fee site.

Do view both of the forums linked for other general retirement issues.
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