Retirement Calculator: Beginners Version

Retirement Calculator: Beginners Version

The name say it all doesn't it! If you are a beginner I suggest you read this first before using this calculator. If you are an enthusiast I would be happy to hear your feedback. Particularly with respect to making this more user-friendly.

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6 thoughts on “Retirement Calculator: Beginners Version

  1. Karthik

    I tried to import your calculator to google docs.But for some reason it doesn't seem to work? Does it work only for Microsoft Office?

  2. karthikns

    Yes that does work.The beginners version of the retirement calculator doesn't.It would be great if you could do something to open it in google docs.I think there will be a lot of people who would like that. If not I could manage to get a machine with Microsoft Office.


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