ric-2.1 - Roth IRA Calculator (was Personal Finance Calculator)

ric-2.1 - Roth IRA Calculator (was Personal Finance Calculator)

Post by sand.. » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00




>-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----

>A Linux/ELF binary, html documentation, and test files for the
>Roth IRA Calculator, ric, is available for download at
>    ftp://ftp.softserv.dynip.com/pub/linux/ric/ric.tgz (65kb).
>    or ftp://softserv.dynip.com/pub/linux/ric/ric.tgz

>A description of the program and ftp access is also available at
>    http://www.softserv.dynip.com/ric/
>     or http://softserv.dynip.com/ric/




ftp://ftp.softserv.dynip.com/pub/linux/ric/ric.tgz
does not exist.

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ric-2.1 - Roth IRA Calculator (was Personal Finance Calculator)

Post by Robert Lync » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00




> >-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----

> >A Linux/ELF binary, html documentation, and test files for the
> >Roth IRA Calculator, ric, is available for download at
> >       ftp://ftp.softserv.dynip.com/pub/linux/ric/ric.tgz (65kb).
> >    or ftp://softserv.dynip.com/pub/linux/ric/ric.tgz

> >A description of the program and ftp access is also available at
> >       http://www.veryComputer.com/
> >     or http://www.veryComputer.com/



> ftp://ftp.softserv.dynip.com/pub/linux/ric/ric.tgz
> does not exist.

He must have fixed it, because I'm downloading it right now.

> --

> Physics Department              URL: http://www.veryComputer.com/~sanders
> University of Michigan          phone: 734/936-0799
> Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1120        FAX: 734/764-6843

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http://www.veryComputer.com/~rm*/

 
 
 

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