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Subject: Re: Is $1 million enough? Date: 5/12/2007 6:43 PM
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		January 1			                  December 31		
		          10%           		 11%			
Year	Nest Egg	Withdrawal	Nest Egg	Earnings	Nest Egg	Year	Net After Tax 
1	$1,000,000 	$100,000 	$900,000 	$99,000 	$999,000 	1	$70,000 
2	$999,000 	$99,900 	$899,100 	$98,901 	$998,001 	2	$69,930 
3	$998,001 	$99,800 	$898,201 	$98,802 	$997,003 	3	$69,860 
4	$997,003 	$99,700 	$897,303 	$98,703 	$996,006 	4	$69,790 
5	$996,006 	$99,601 	$896,405 	$98,605 	$995,010 	5	$69,720 
6	$995,010 	$99,501 	$895,509 	$98,506 	$994,015 	6	$69,651 
7	$994,015 	$99,401 	$894,613 	$98,407 	$993,021 	7	$69,581 
8	$993,021 	$99,302 	$893,719 	$98,309 	$992,028 	8	$69,511 
9	$992,028 	$99,203 	$892,825 	$98,211 	$991,036 	9	$69,442 
10	$991,036 	$99,104 	$891,932 	$98,113 	$990,045 	10	$69,373 
11	$990,045 	$99,004 	$891,040 	$98,014 	$989,055 	11	$69,303 
12	$989,055 	$98,905 	$890,149 	$97,916 	$988,066 	12	$69,234 
13	$988,066 	$98,807 	$889,259 	$97,819 	$987,078 	13	$69,165 
14	$987,078 	$98,708 	$888,370 	$97,721 	$986,091 	14	$69,095 
15	$986,091 	$98,609 	$887,482 	$97,623 	$985,105 	15	$69,026 
16	$985,105 	$98,510 	$886,594 	$97,525 	$984,119 	16	$68,957 
17	$984,119 	$98,412 	$885,707 	$97,428 	$983,135 	17	$68,888 
18	$983,135 	$98,314 	$884,822 	$97,330 	$982,152 	18	$68,819 
19	$982,152 	$98,215 	$883,937 	$97,233 	$981,170 	19	$68,751 
20	$981,170 	$98,117 	$883,053 	$97,136 	$980,189 	20	$68,682 
21	$980,189 	$98,019 	$882,170 	$97,039 	$979,209 	21	$68,613 
22	$979,209 	$97,921 	$881,288 	$96,942 	$978,229 	22	$68,545 
23	$978,229 	$97,823 	$880,407 	$96,845 	$977,251 	23	$68,476 
24	$977,251 	$97,725 	$879,526 	$96,748 	$976,274 	24	$68,408 
25	$976,274 	$97,627 	$878,647 	$96,651 	$975,298 	25	$68,339 
26	$975,298 	$97,530 	$877,768 	$96,554 	$974,322 	26	$68,271 
27	$974,322 	$97,432 	$876,890 	$96,458 	$973,348 	27	$68,203 
28	$973,348 	$97,335 	$876,013 	$96,361 	$972,375 	28	$68,134 
29	$972,375 	$97,237 	$875,137 	$96,265 	$971,402 	29	$68,066 
30	$971,402 	$97,140 	$874,262 	$96,169 	$970,431 	30	$67,998 
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