Rethinking retirement planning: portfolio withdrawals and Social Security
Conventional wisdom as widely published in retirement articles suggests withdrawing 4% of your portfolio each year of retirement (adjusted for inflation) and choosing a Social Security start date after conducting a break-even analysis. This MarketWatch article, however, suggests that this approach may be unduly conservative. Read the full article here.
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