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As more people are living longer, many worry that they will outlive their retirement savings. One way to help determine whether you have realistic retirement expectations, and whether you will have the money necessary to retire the way you want, is by using financial planning software. For non-financial planners, this often means using a Web-based resource or personal financial software such as Quicken. Another software-based solution is Financial Fate, which offers robust "what-if" analysis to help you see if you will be financially solvent in the future or on the road to bankruptcy.

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