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 You're saving for retirement, $A each year (or months) at an annual (or monthly) return of R%, for N years (or months)
 You're retired and begin withdrawing from your Portfolio, the amount increasing with inflation. How long will it last?
 You're saving for retirement when you'll withdraw at a specific rate. You know what salary you'll need (in today's dollars):
 To achieve a specific portfolio at retirement, what percentage of your current salary will you have to invest?
 If you contribute a fixed amount each year, how long until you achieve a specific portfolio?
 If you can live on a specific percentage of your current salary, at retirement, how long will your portfolio last?
If you get a result NaN (Not a Number!), it means your portfolio will last forever (!)
What are your chances of becoming an octogenarian :^) ?
(Based upon 1997 U.S. Dept of Health figures)
You're retired and want the Maximum LIF Income (for Ontarions only):
P.S. You can Save this file if you want to play ... off the Net.
The above calculators give ballpark figures.
See Saving for Retirement
and Years to Zero
and Life Expectancy
and Retirement Expenses