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Subject: Re: Is $1 million enough? Date: 5/12/2007 6:15 PM
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		           10%		                  8%			
Year	Nest Egg	Withdrawal	Nest Egg	Earnings	Nest Egg	Year	Net After Tax 
1	$1,000,000 	$100,000 	$900,000 	$72,000 	$972,000 	1	$70,000 
2	$972,000 	$97,200 	$874,800 	$69,984 	$944,784 	2	$68,040 
3	$944,784 	$94,478 	$850,306 	$68,024 	$918,330 	3	$66,135 
4	$918,330 	$91,833 	$826,497 	$66,120 	$892,617 	4	$64,283 
5	$892,617 	$89,262 	$803,355 	$64,268 	$867,624 	5	$62,483 
6	$867,624 	$86,762 	$780,861 	$62,469 	$843,330 	6	$60,734 
7	$843,330 	$84,333 	$758,997 	$60,720 	$819,717 	7	$59,033 
8	$819,717 	$81,972 	$737,745 	$59,020 	$796,765 	8	$57,380 
9	$796,765 	$79,676 	$717,088 	$57,367 	$774,455 	9	$55,774 
10	$774,455 	$77,446 	$697,010 	$55,761 	$752,771 	10	$54,212 
11	$752,771 	$75,277 	$677,494 	$54,199 	$731,693 	11	$52,694 
12	$731,693 	$73,169 	$658,524 	$52,682 	$711,206 	12	$51,219 
13	$711,206 	$71,121 	$640,085 	$51,207 	$691,292 	13	$49,784 
14	$691,292 	$69,129 	$622,163 	$49,773 	$671,936 	14	$48,390 
15	$671,936 	$67,194 	$604,742 	$48,379 	$653,121 	15	$47,035 
16	$653,121 	$65,312 	$587,809 	$47,025 	$634,834 	16	$45,719 
17	$634,834 	$63,483 	$571,351 	$45,708 	$617,059 	17	$44,438 
18	$617,059 	$61,706 	$555,353 	$44,428 	$599,781 	18	$43,194 
19	$599,781 	$59,978 	$539,803 	$43,184 	$582,987 	19	$41,985 
20	$582,987 	$58,299 	$524,688 	$41,975 	$566,664 	20	$40,809 
21	$566,664 	$56,666 	$509,997 	$40,800 	$550,797 	21	$39,666 
22	$550,797 	$55,080 	$495,717 	$39,657 	$535,375 	22	$38,556 
23	$535,375 	$53,537 	$481,837 	$38,547 	$520,384 	23	$37,476 
24	$520,384 	$52,038 	$468,346 	$37,468 	$505,813 	24	$36,427 
25	$505,813 	$50,581 	$455,232 	$36,419 	$491,651 	25	$35,407 
26	$491,651 	$49,165 	$442,486 	$35,399 	$477,884 	26	$34,416 
27	$477,884 	$47,788 	$430,096 	$34,408 	$464,504 	27	$33,452 
28	$464,504 	$46,450 	$418,053 	$33,444 	$451,498 	28	$32,515 
29	$451,498 	$45,150 	$406,348 	$32,508 	$438,856 	29	$31,605 
30	$438,856 	$43,886 	$394,970 	$31,598 	$426,568 	30	$30,720 
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