...You also made a logic error in that in 2067 those $640 will bein 2067 dollars. To put that into today's dollars you'd have to deflate that number by 60 years worth of inflation/deflation....My assumption was that the historical average return was around 10.5% and after inflation you might conveniently clear 7.2% after adjusting for inflation. By the “rule of 72” it would double in around ten years. so the values at different ages would be;10K at 2520K at 3540k at 4580K at 55160K at 65320K at 75640K at 85Admittedly this is VERY rough but it already takes inflation into account.Greg
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