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Old 07-02-2019, 02:54 PM
Jackknifed Juggernaut is offline
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I came up with $7.48 million, assuming all taxes have been paid. I assumed a return on investment of 1% more than average inflation of 3%. Of course, part of my calc is completing my child support and being 100% responsible for putting both of my kids through college.

This is all simplifying it a bit, since inflation and investment returns are far more volatile than the straight-line method in my assumption. The timing of these ups and downs can change the figure significantly.
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