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Subject: Re: Is $1 million enough? Date: 5/12/2007 6:13 PM
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		January 1			                  December 31		
		           5%		                  8%			
Year	Nest Egg	Withdrawal	Nest Egg	Earnings	Nest Egg	Year	Net After Tax 
1	$1,000,000 	$50,000 	$950,000 	$76,000 	$1,026,000 	1	$35,000 
2	$1,026,000 	$51,300 	$974,700 	$77,976 	$1,052,676 	2	$35,910 
3	$1,052,676 	$52,634 	$1,000,042 	$80,003 	$1,080,046 	3	$36,844 
4	$1,080,046 	$54,002 	$1,026,043 	$82,083 	$1,108,127 	4	$37,802 
5	$1,108,127 	$55,406 	$1,052,720 	$84,218 	$1,136,938 	5	$38,784 
6	$1,136,938 	$56,847 	$1,080,091 	$86,407 	$1,166,498 	6	$39,793 
7	$1,166,498 	$58,325 	$1,108,174 	$88,654 	$1,196,827 	7	$40,827 
8	$1,196,827 	$59,841 	$1,136,986 	$90,959 	$1,227,945 	8	$41,889 
9	$1,227,945 	$61,397 	$1,166,548 	$93,324 	$1,259,871 	9	$42,978 
10	$1,259,871 	$62,994 	$1,196,878 	$95,750 	$1,292,628 	10	$44,096 
11	$1,292,628 	$64,631 	$1,227,997 	$98,240 	$1,326,236 	11	$45,242 
12	$1,326,236 	$66,312 	$1,259,925 	$100,794 	$1,360,719 	12	$46,418 
13	$1,360,719 	$68,036 	$1,292,683 	$103,415 	$1,396,097 	13	$47,625 
14	$1,396,097 	$69,805 	$1,326,292 	$106,103 	$1,432,396 	14	$48,863 
15	$1,432,396 	$71,620 	$1,360,776 	$108,862 	$1,469,638 	15	$50,134 
16	$1,469,638 	$73,482 	$1,396,156 	$111,692 	$1,507,849 	16	$51,437 
17	$1,507,849 	$75,392 	$1,432,456 	$114,597 	$1,547,053 	17	$52,775 
18	$1,547,053 	$77,353 	$1,469,700 	$117,576 	$1,587,276 	18	$54,147 
19	$1,587,276 	$79,364 	$1,507,912 	$120,633 	$1,628,545 	19	$55,555 
20	$1,628,545 	$81,427 	$1,547,118 	$123,769 	$1,670,888 	20	$56,999 
21	$1,670,888 	$83,544 	$1,587,343 	$126,987 	$1,714,331 	21	$58,481 
22	$1,714,331 	$85,717 	$1,628,614 	$130,289 	$1,758,903 	22	$60,002 
23	$1,758,903 	$87,945 	$1,670,958 	$133,677 	$1,804,635 	23	$61,562 
24	$1,804,635 	$90,232 	$1,714,403 	$137,152 	$1,851,555 	24	$63,162 
25	$1,851,555 	$92,578 	$1,758,977 	$140,718 	$1,899,696 	25	$64,804 
26	$1,899,696 	$94,985 	$1,804,711 	$144,377 	$1,949,088 	26	$66,489 
27	$1,949,088 	$97,454 	$1,851,633 	$148,131 	$1,999,764 	27	$68,218 
28	$1,999,764 	$99,988 	$1,899,776 	$151,982 	$2,051,758 	28	$69,992 
29	$2,051,758 	$102,588 	$1,949,170 	$155,934 	$2,105,104 	29	$71,812 
30	$2,105,104 	$105,255 	$1,999,848 	$159,988 	$2,159,836 	30	$73,679 
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