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Author: paul804 One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 74759  
Subject: Retirement Calculators Date: 9/20/2005 4:34 PM
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I'm looking for a calculator that will allow me to play with numbers in my retirement funds and see the different results. I'd particularly like to see percentage allocation to funds after I've inputed contributions and changed my 401k allocations and IRA contributions. I've got a 401k, a Roth and a TIRA. It is a pain trying to keep allocations straight for this spread of investments. I'd ultimately like to know what percentage of assets I have in U.S Stocks, Bonds, Foreign Stocks, etc. across all of my accounts.

Within the calculator I'd like to be able to change my contributions, fund allocations in 401k, etc. and have this calculator tell me what I have. That way it can help me tune my contributions to keep my overall allocations in the proportions that I want. For example, say, 20% of my 11% 401k contribution goes to fund x and I want to change it to 30% to fund x what impact will that have on my retirement portfolio?

Did I explain what I'm looking for clearly? Does such a thing exist? Anyone know where I can find one?

Thanks,
Paul
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