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That all makes sense to me, but when you guys are talking about
retiring early, how do you come up with the figures, with (I assume)
amounts in 401K plans, IRAs, etc, some you cannot touch until 59.5,
etc. I guess I would like to input some figures and it say to me,
"based on what you have given us, you can retire on May 10, 2010".
Most of the retirement calculators I have seen ask you when you want
to retire; me, I want to know when is the "soonest"?
Thanks for any info/links
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