Redoing the math on a 4% retirement withdrawal rate
Wade D. Pfau
The seemingly endless debate across the financial planning industry over retirement withdrawal rates appears to hover over the consensus that 4% is a good place to start. Beyond that, advisers and analysts disagree about what amount is currently "safe," and revert to a need for flexibility based on everything from Social Security income and health issues to home equity levels and market cycles.
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