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Canada RRSP dewduction on gross pay
HI!
In Canada, the taxes can be deducted if you make a contribution to a RRSP account. This muddies up the easy math of "Net take home pay" because my take home pay includes a tax return AND savings in a RRSP.
Would be nice to sort this out more efficiently. Right now I don't see how?!
1 vote 
Updated average saving rates for EU countries available (2012)
The European commission published updated avg. household saving rates you might want to implement in your graphs  The current numbers are from 2008.
1 vote 
Add what currency the Calculator is in
I am unable to see what currency the Calculator is in?
1 vote 
bug in time estimate?
I think something's wrong with the timeuntilretirement estimate, or there's something i'm misunderstanding.
I entered $100k income, $75k expenses, and $1m portfolio, and got this result:
It looks like the ROI reaches $75k shortly after 6 years, but the timeuntilretirement is over 9 years. The table of figures stops updating some but not all of the columns after 6 years. A glitch?
1 vote 
Calculate my retirement age
It'd be fun if you could enter your current age and it spat out the age you would retire, instead of the number of years till retirement!
1 vote 
Why does it keep autopopulating incorrectly expenses and savings?
Stop it from autopopulating
1 vote 
Manual Years To Save
It'd be great if you had the option to select the number of years you wish to save at that rate, and highlight the year you can retire at. I'd like to see when I can hit FIRE, with boosted expenses after I retire. (Spend only 20K leading up, but see where I can spend 40K in RE on the chart)
1 vote 
Make a graph to show the correlation of (at a given income level) percent savings to years to retirement.
This graph will underline the importance of the saving rate independent of income.
1 vote 
Your security certificate expired
Please fix it. This site is great!
1 vote 
change "Show less options" to "Show fewer options"
"fewer" is number, "less" is degree.
just a grammar tweak. not trying to be a jerk, just noticed it.
1 vote
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