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4 Comments on “Withdrawal Savings Calculator”

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  • Pat Sturgis says:

    Why do I repeatedly get “NaN” inserted in the Number of Withdrawals field, where I have inserted a “0,” with the other 3 fields filled with values? The calculator worked once, with a different interest rate, but hasn’t worked since. I have tried changing browsers, re-booting.

    • "NaN" means "not a number". A user should never see that. It means the calculator is not show an appropriate message.

      Without knowing your specific inputs, I can’t tell you what the exact reason is you are seeing NaN. However, I can make a guess.

      My guess is, you increased the interest rate and now the amount being withdrawn is less then the amount earned in interest for the period. Which means the number of periods is infinite. You can test my guess by reducing the interest rate a bit (say by 0.5 at a time).

      If you give me your exact inputs, I’m also happy to let you know the reason.

    • If your question is, where should you invest the money, I’m afraid I’m not qualified to provide investment advise. I am happy to answer any questions you have about what calculator to use, or how to use a calculator.

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