Is the 4% Rule for Retirement Wrong?

by | Jul 28, 2020 | Healthcare, YouTube

Summary

The 4% Rule is a short-hand rule of thumb that helps you calculate how much of your portfolio you can safely withdraw in retirement without running out of money.

The 4% Rule is backed by research and has been used by investors and financial planners as a retirement planning tool for over 20 years. But is the 4% rule really an accurate rule of thumb for planning your retirement withdrawals?

That’s what I’m talking about this week on the podcast!

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ASHLEY M. MICCICHE, QPFC®, CRPC®, CEXP®

Ashley helps business owners exit their business and retire with financial security. As a Certified Exit Planner she specializes in helping business owners navigate the maze of decisions that need to happen from full-time running their business to retirement.

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