Fee Effect Calculator


This is a fun calculator I use to show how important it is to closely evaluate the fees associated with investments. When you change the withdrawal number for the initial decade the sheet is set up to assume a 25% increase for the two decades that follow. Afterwards spending is held steady. This form is editable and you can enter your own assumptions.


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