that act lets me exclude $250k for single person OFF the capital gains. How do I indicate this in esplanner
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I'm running the latest version 2.38.3. I entered a test family with conventional planning and sufficient assets for a comfortable retirement. But the reports could not be produced because of a computation error below.
I am unable to run a survivor's report with contingent planning. I have the following error log:
My subscription to ESPlanner Plus ends in early May. Since I recently purchased MaxFi Premium I no longer need ESPlanner. I want to cancel the subscription before it renews.
I sold stock this year, 2019, for a long term capital gains. How should I enter this into special receipts? What changes should I make to the Individual Stock values I entered in Assets and savings as of 31Dec18?
When I create a report assuming conservative spending (zero real investment return), my Monte Carlo results (at page 128) show that the "Zero Real Return" and the "Specified Mean Real Return" are the same.
I've set inflation in the assumptions to 6%. However, my property tax is capped at 2%. To fix this discrepancy I removed property tax from the Primary Home field and entered it as a special expenditure. If I grew it at 0% it would increase by 6% so I grew it by a -4%.
Thank you for this very helpful article. However, who wrote it? "I" is not identified (that I could find).
I wrote up this summary about ESPlanner going forward and thought I'd share it here for those interested.
I've set Federal Income taxes to be changes and Part B Premium Change both in Year 2021. It seems to affect the Total Spending for Part B, but the report indicates I did not say either would be changed. No sure if it affected taxes.
I saw your note about the end of year bug being fixed in an update to ESPlannerPlus coming "in a few days". Is there also a Comprehensive Update coming that includes any/all of the implications of changes to the Tax Laws?
I am unable to add 2018 to the span of years in Monte Carlo when I try to edit assets or create new assets. I get an error message reading, "The span of return years must be from 1926 to 2017." Does this require an update? I am including screen shots to illustrate.
We appear to be entering a recession with negative growth followed by regular or increased positive growth after 18 to 24 months. How can this be accounted for??
I am new to ESP. One of the things I am trying to look at is the tax implications of being a residence of a lower state income tax state. How do I go about changing state of residence? I do not see state listed except on initial setup.
I switched last year to MaxiFi Planner and, since the Forum for questions was not available on the web site, you had said to follow topics on the ESPlanner site (which I obviously do). Is there a plan to eventually create a Question Forum feature on the MaxiFi site?
- Eligible for Social Security (SS) based on my work record
- Eligible for Canada Pension Plan (CPP) based on my work record
- Eligible for a Canadian defined benefit (DB) pension based on my work record
No update since Feb and this issue seems unanswered.Last advice was use the old monte carlo formula" It feels like the focus is on Maxifi which is fine but I'm wondering why I spent money to renew this in February if it was being dropped.
ESPlanner is telling me I'll pay virtually no federal taxes for the next 27 years. I'm also fortunate to be the projected recipient of annual NC state tax refunds amounting to $500 - $900 per year. I'm retired and will claim SS in another two years.