Account Balance Chart Examples
Variable Rates of Return Observed in Account Balance Chart
When the user decides to use variable rates of return the Account Balance can often appear more “jagged” than “smooth”.
Account Balances in Nominal or Real Dollars
A dollar today isn't the same as a dollar 10 years ago or a dollar 10 years from now. That's why it is super helpful to be able to see
Here's are examples of nominal and real versions from
How to Find These Charts
It is also shown in the Summary of a
Total Account Balances
If you'd like to see the total of all Account Balances you can do this in one of two ways.
First, you can turn on “stacking” as an option and see the individual
You cannot chart more than one
You can choose a completely different
With this second option, you can choose to compare more than one
Default Cash Account
As we've mentioned before, the cash Account always starts at zero, earns no return, and is the only Account that can go negative. When the cash Account has a negative value it means the Scenario is not sustainable without an influx of cash from outside of the Scenario.
Additional Account Charts
If you're interested in seeing other examples of the Account Charts you can make with your Planner™ check out these resources below.