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Subject: Re: Is $1 million enough? Date: 5/12/2007 6:08 PM
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		January 1	                                 December 31		
		          8%		                  8%			
Year	Nest Egg	Withdrawal	Nest Egg	Earnings	Nest Egg	Year	Net After Tax 
1	$1,000,000 	$80,000 	$920,000 	$73,600 	$993,600 	1	$56,000 
2	$993,600 	$79,488 	$914,112 	$73,129 	$987,241 	2	$55,642 
3	$987,241 	$78,979 	$908,262 	$72,661 	$980,923 	3	$55,285 
4	$980,923 	$78,474 	$902,449 	$72,196 	$974,645 	4	$54,932 
5	$974,645 	$77,972 	$896,673 	$71,734 	$968,407 	5	$54,580 
6	$968,407 	$77,473 	$890,934 	$71,275 	$962,209 	6	$54,231 
7	$962,209 	$76,977 	$885,232 	$70,819 	$956,051 	7	$53,884 
8	$956,051 	$76,484 	$879,567 	$70,365 	$949,932 	8	$53,539 
9	$949,932 	$75,995 	$873,938 	$69,915 	$943,853 	9	$53,196 
10	$943,853 	$75,508 	$868,345 	$69,468 	$937,812 	10	$52,856 
11	$937,812 	$75,025 	$862,787 	$69,023 	$931,810 	11	$52,517 
12	$931,810 	$74,545 	$857,265 	$68,581 	$925,847 	12	$52,181 
13	$925,847 	$74,068 	$851,779 	$68,142 	$919,921 	13	$51,847 
14	$919,921 	$73,594 	$846,327 	$67,706 	$914,034 	14	$51,516 
15	$914,034 	$73,123 	$840,911 	$67,273 	$908,184 	15	$51,186 
16	$908,184 	$72,655 	$835,529 	$66,842 	$902,371 	16	$50,858 
17	$902,371 	$72,190 	$830,182 	$66,415 	$896,596 	17	$50,533 
18	$896,596 	$71,728 	$824,869 	$65,989 	$890,858 	18	$50,209 
19	$890,858 	$71,269 	$819,589 	$65,567 	$885,157 	19	$49,888 
20	$885,157 	$70,813 	$814,344 	$65,148 	$879,492 	20	$49,569 
21	$879,492 	$70,359 	$809,132 	$64,731 	$873,863 	21	$49,252 
22	$873,863 	$69,909 	$803,954 	$64,316 	$868,270 	22	$48,936 
23	$868,270 	$69,462 	$798,808 	$63,905 	$862,713 	23	$48,623 
24	$862,713 	$69,017 	$793,696 	$63,496 	$857,192 	24	$48,312 
25	$857,192 	$68,575 	$788,616 	$63,089 	$851,706 	25	$48,003 
26	$851,706 	$68,136 	$783,569 	$62,686 	$846,255 	26	$47,696 
27	$846,255 	$67,700 	$778,554 	$62,284 	$840,839 	27	$47,390 
28	$840,839 	$67,267 	$773,572 	$61,886 	$835,457 	28	$47,087 
29	$835,457 	$66,837 	$768,621 	$61,490 	$830,110 	29	$46,786 
30	$830,110 	$66,409 	$763,702 	$61,096 	$824,798 	30	$46,486 
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