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Personal Finanical Tool:Retirement Fund Calculation

Personal Finanical Tool:Retirement Fund Calculation

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Published by KH Tang
This is an excel worksheets to calculate the Personal Retirement Fund. The display in Scribd format is distorted due to the pages are transformed into certain size. But, if one download the excel file, it works OK. The first page just need to fill in a few data:1) Year of Birth, 2) Age you want to Retire, 3) Life Expectancy, 4) Expected Inflation Rate, & 5 Bacnk Interest. The second page of worksheet need to fill in lot of details in varous group, such as daily expends, installment, etc... The worksheet will take care of the calculation in compound inflation and interest rate... The Result could amaze you.
Here is a relevant article:->
http://blessedfool.blogspot.com/2010/04/personal-finance-1-retirement-fund.html

This is an excel worksheets to calculate the Personal Retirement Fund. The display in Scribd format is distorted due to the pages are transformed into certain size. But, if one download the excel file, it works OK. The first page just need to fill in a few data:1) Year of Birth, 2) Age you want to Retire, 3) Life Expectancy, 4) Expected Inflation Rate, & 5 Bacnk Interest. The second page of worksheet need to fill in lot of details in varous group, such as daily expends, installment, etc... The worksheet will take care of the calculation in compound inflation and interest rate... The Result could amaze you.
Here is a relevant article:->
http://blessedfool.blogspot.com/2010/04/personal-finance-1-retirement-fund.html

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Published by: KH Tang on Apr 26, 2010
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Version 1.3
What's New in This Version:- Add in Pie Chart to analyse the breakdown of money usage..
Ver. 1.3
 
- Add in longer sheet to allow people to plan till 100 years old…
Today is :25-Apr-2010
Please Enter the following Information (in the boxes)
 Your Birth Year => :1964
Eg. 1969
The Age You Want to Retire => :50
Eg. 56
 Your Life Expectancy => :88
Eg. 88 (Life Expectancy in Singapo
The Inflation Rate in % => :5.0%
Eg. 2% (Typical between 1 to 3 %)
The Bank Interest Rate in % => :0.5%
Eg. 1.25% (Typical between below
If you already installed the Solver, go on with the "Expenses" sheet…. Else you might want to read t
What need to be enchanced…?
Note:
- It does not mean to create fear for those who have shortage of money nor to ask s- This is a Freeware…-
*Solver 
- If you have not use Excel Solver before… Your System may not have it. If wich is describe at the bottom of this sheet...- CPF Allocation after 55 years old is not 100% clear from reading the CPF WebpagOn the other hand, the formula in this worksheet is working very accurate up to 55 yas varify with the On-Line Tools provided in the Website as shown in Last WorksheMeanwhile, for Calculatin Purpose. CPF will continue to keep in Retirement Accounearn 4% interest...Strongly recommend that you visit the CPF Home Page...
- This Work Sheet is to help in creating an awareness of, (if you have not done a simDo You Require to Make in order to Retire with Financial Abandance…- There is no perfect way to work out the actual sum as nothing is more Dynamic thathis work sheet should figure out the ball park number for target setting... A yearly
 
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* About the Excel Solver (Excel 2003)
If you have not use the Solver before, likely that it is not install,which means you can not find it on the Tool Manual.Then you will need to select the "Add-Ins…" and proceed with the Installation
Please click on to the next work sheet...Excel 2007: Loading the Solver add-in in Excel 2007
1. Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Excel Options.2. Click Add-Ins, and then in the Manage box, select Excel Add-ins.3. Click Go.4. In the Add-Ins available box, select the Solver Add-in check box, and then click OK.If you get prompted that the Solver Add-in is not currently installed on your computer, click Yes to inTip: If Solver Add-in is not listed in the Add-Ins available box, click Browse to locate the add-in.

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