ESPlanner versus MaxiFi
Just now seeing that there is a new software produce called MaxiFi. Will MaxiFi eventually replace ESPlanner? Or is it designed to compliment ESPlanner?
I see that MaxiFi does some things that ESPlanner does not do (e.g, maximized Social Security strategy and maximized retirement account withdrawal strategy). But ESPlanner does some things that MaxiFi does not (e.g., vacation homes and real estate, 529 plans, and Monte Carlo analysis). Are there plans to add all ESPlanner features to MaxiFi?
Can data be imported from ESPlanner into MaxiFi?
Can multiple "what if" scenarios be created in MaxiFi (like you can do in ESPlanner) by copying profiles?
Are there work-arounds in MaxiFi to handle vacation homes and real estate?
Does MaxiFi allow for multiple changes in rates of return (by year and between retirement accounts and regular assets) so the user can test the impact of different return strategies?
Thanks. Just trying to better understand each product.