8/9/2018 by Dave Eargle

Use this calculator to determine how much you need to invest using one of three strategies (monthly, annually, or one-time up-front) in order to have sufficient funds for future expenses. Once the future expenses start, they continue regularly, and inflate annually, until the specified end time. I made this calculator to help me do what-if analyses for college expenses for children. But at this point, we're undecided about how much support we will provide. So this calculator is just for fun.

Associated blog post here.

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