How Cash Inflows Are Invested and Their Growth Rate

I created an additional cash inflow that gives me income for five years. It starts three years from now. Where do the cash inflows go, and what rate of return do they generate?

Additional Cash Inflows grow at the rate you specify before you receive them. In the screenshot below, this income for a part-time job grows at the inflation rate (see the 'Growth Rate' column) until the cash inflow begins. When the income starts, it goes into investment accounts that have an 'Account Type' of 'Taxable' pro rata based on their estimated balances at the time. Once added to those accounts, the money will generate the annual return that the investment accounts generate.

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