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Lassie222 ,
I just ran this online report. Very interesting results. I liked it.
If you did into it on the extended reports page, there is a link at the bottom of the report to save as a csv file which then opens in excel with all your numbers. Quite Useful.

When you first use it remember .... All Asset Dollar values are in thousands. 10 = 10,000, 100 = 100,000. All income values are for the Year. Pension amounts, Social Sec Amounts are for the year.

Thanks for the link.

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