It said "portfolio value at retirement" $291K. Again, I can't tell if that's after tax and inflation or not.Regarding "life expectancy", yes it may be low because both parents are very old and in very good health. However, I've completed several detailed Longevity Calculators and they all seem to come out in the neighborhood of early to mid-seventies for me, so that's what I'm using for now.Wouldn't it be 25 x $28,000 which is my "Annual Retirement Spending?" 17K is just the income. I'm able to save some money now from the 17K but that won't be the case in 10 years or sooner, for instance. That's why I used 54 as the "retirement age". Obviously I have to use this calc differently than most people.Is anyone willing to go to the calculator and put in my numbers? It should only take a couple of minutes. I put in my numbers, hit Run Simulation and then you get a Summary View. (Note that I did not use "Additional Inputs"). If you click into Detailed View on the Summary View Paqge, you'll see that none of the numbers vary with inflation. They are constant. That's why I'm questioning the calculator. I don't know how to post screen captures or I would just do that.Thanks.
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