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Subject: Re: Is $1 million enough? Date: 5/12/2007 6:12 PM
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		January 1		                               December 31		
		          7%		                 8%			
Year	Nest Egg	Withdrawal	Nest Egg	Earnings	Nest Egg	Year	Net After Tax 
1	$1,000,000 	$70,000 	$930,000 	$74,400 	$1,004,400 	1	$49,000 
2	$1,004,400 	$70,308 	$934,092 	$74,727 	$1,008,819 	2	$49,216 
3	$1,008,819 	$70,617 	$938,202 	$75,056 	$1,013,258 	3	$49,432 
4	$1,013,258 	$70,928 	$942,330 	$75,386 	$1,017,717 	4	$49,650 
5	$1,017,717 	$71,240 	$946,476 	$75,718 	$1,022,194 	5	$49,868 
6	$1,022,194 	$71,554 	$950,641 	$76,051 	$1,026,692 	6	$50,088 
7	$1,026,692 	$71,868 	$954,824 	$76,386 	$1,031,210 	7	$50,308 
8	$1,031,210 	$72,185 	$959,025 	$76,722 	$1,035,747 	8	$50,529 
9	$1,035,747 	$72,502 	$963,245 	$77,060 	$1,040,304 	9	$50,752 
10	$1,040,304 	$72,821 	$967,483 	$77,399 	$1,044,882 	10	$50,975 
11	$1,044,882 	$73,142 	$971,740 	$77,739 	$1,049,479 	11	$51,199 
12	$1,049,479 	$73,464 	$976,015 	$78,081 	$1,054,097 	12	$51,424 
13	$1,054,097 	$73,787 	$980,310 	$78,425 	$1,058,735 	13	$51,651 
14	$1,058,735 	$74,111 	$984,623 	$78,770 	$1,063,393 	14	$51,878 
15	$1,063,393 	$74,438 	$988,956 	$79,116 	$1,068,072 	15	$52,106 
16	$1,068,072 	$74,765 	$993,307 	$79,465 	$1,072,772 	16	$52,336 
17	$1,072,772 	$75,094 	$997,678 	$79,814 	$1,077,492 	17	$52,566 
18	$1,077,492 	$75,424 	$1,002,067 	$80,165 	$1,082,233 	18	$52,797 
19	$1,082,233 	$75,756 	$1,006,476 	$80,518 	$1,086,995 	19	$53,029 
20	$1,086,995 	$76,090 	$1,010,905 	$80,872 	$1,091,777 	20	$53,263 
21	$1,091,777 	$76,424 	$1,015,353 	$81,228 	$1,096,581 	21	$53,497 
22	$1,096,581 	$76,761 	$1,019,820 	$81,586 	$1,101,406 	22	$53,732 
23	$1,101,406 	$77,098 	$1,024,308 	$81,945 	$1,106,252 	23	$53,969 
24	$1,106,252 	$77,438 	$1,028,815 	$82,305 	$1,111,120 	24	$54,206 
25	$1,111,120 	$77,778 	$1,033,341 	$82,667 	$1,116,009 	25	$54,445 
26	$1,116,009 	$78,121 	$1,037,888 	$83,031 	$1,120,919 	26	$54,684 
27	$1,120,919 	$78,464 	$1,042,455 	$83,396 	$1,125,851 	27	$54,925 
28	$1,125,851 	$78,810 	$1,047,042 	$83,763 	$1,130,805 	28	$55,167 
29	$1,130,805 	$79,156 	$1,051,649 	$84,132 	$1,135,781 	29	$55,409 
30	$1,135,781 	$79,505 	$1,056,276 	$84,502 	$1,140,778 	30	$55,653 
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