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Subject: Re: What analysis do I use? Date: 3/8/2002 12:49 PM
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Thank you so much, that is exactly what I was looking for. I'll adjust the numbers a bit based on the definition of final average pay from the plan.

There is also no doubt that the "emotional" value of being able to retire two years earlier is hard to predict but I'm thinking that it may very well be priceless.

Does anyone have thoughts about using the money in my 457 plan to pay for the extra years of service. I don't like the idea, but I'm thinking it may be because I worked so hard to contribute that money each month and I like watching it grow.

Thanks again.

Marcusfan
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