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Smartmoney.com retirement calculator

February 28th, 2007 at 02:18 pm

Checked out this calculator on Smart Money
and found out that with the amount we have saved, if we didn't save any more - and made 8 percent interest on what we have so far -- we would have $26000 a year income in retirement.

Obviously, we are going to keep on saving, but it was interesting to see. Oh by the way, that was not including social security. Which I don't count on.

3 Responses to “Smartmoney.com retirement calculator”

  1. Dave Says:

    Where are you going to get 8% interest?

  2. jIM_Ohio Says:

    The checkpoints sites like that give are how I measure my progress. The early saver always wins.

    It might not be a race, but I plan to win anyways.

  3. Dan D. Lyons Says:

    I work at Fulcrum Inquiry, which is a consulting firm. I was attracted to your blog because of your articles associating with retirement planning and its relevance to the case work at Fulcrum. Fulcrum Inquiry is a Registered Investment Advisor as well as a fully licensed CPA firm. Recently, Fulcrum introduced an easy to use retirement savings calculator and I thought your readership may find the results extremely helpful.



    If you’d like to post the calculator or any related articles in your blog, all Fulcrum requires is that you make a link to the relative page. The retirement calculator can be found at:



    http://www.fulcruminquiry.com/allocation.htm



    Please take a few minutes to see if this might potentially interest your readers. If so, please let me know! Thanks for your time and keep up the good work!



    Best regards,

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