Determining the inflation amount listed in the Plan Summary of the Lifetime Planner

IzzyPWD Member
edited July 10 in Investing (Windows)

I'm trying to figure out how to verify the actual inflation reduction value that the lifetime planner lists for each year in the Plan Summary (using the Present value numbers.)

It lists a dollar inflation adjustment for my taxable accounts and my roth IRA on each year when you drill down and look at the Plan Summary. I know it is correlated to the 3.5% I have assumed in the "Assumptions" section of the lifetime planner, but i can't figure out how to actually calculate the dollar amount they use to verify their assumption. It has to be calculated off of the value of the various accounts for that year, but where do you find that? When you hover over the years on the planner it shows total investment value but not the individual accounts.