Four Percent Rule
A rule of thumb used to determine the amount of funds to withdraw from a retirement account each year. The 4% rate is considered to be a 'safe' rate by many when devising a retirement plan.
- The 4% rule isn't broken. It is just badly misunderstood
- The good news about the 4% withdrawal rule is that it might be too low
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