The 4 percent withdrawal rule flaws

What if you were told the “4 percent withdrawal rule”, one of the most common guidelines people use to plan for retirement is wrong? This rule states you can withdraw 4 percent of your portfolio in first year of retirement, adjust the amount withdrawn each year for inflation and safely avoid running out of money over three decades. In the attached article appearing on Kiplinger’s website, outlines the flaws with this popular held rule. Read article here…

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