Why 2 Percent Is the New 4 Percent for Investors
Wade D. Pfau
Financial advisor Jennifer Landon has a pretty good idea of what a new client assumes as to how much she can withdraw each year from her retirement savings. That would be 4 percent, because the so-called "4 percent rule" has been a default planning tool for nearly three decades.
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