Extreme Early Retirement (10yr) – 0% real

Early Retirement (20yr) – 1% real

Typical Working Career (30yr) – 2% real

Long/Stable Working Career (40yr) – 3% real

I used 3% for inflation in my numbers so add 3 to find the closest savings rates in the tables in the below links:

http://personalbizfinance.com/pbf/2010/11/savings-rates-analysis.html

http://personalbizfinance.com/pbf/2010/11/spia-to-the-rescue.html

The next Jacobian Suggestion I’m going to investigate is the kettle bell, and other spartan training apparatuses.

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]]>In terms of inflation, it seems that post-Reaganomics (deficit-spending made popular by the GOP since 1980) have increased the subsequent numbers a bit. In any case, anything before 1935 should be taken out, and anything during Bretton-Woods is probably also questionable in terms of estimating future numbers. Clinton’s hedonic inflators are not helping the official numbers either.

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