4% Rule Problem
To avoid running out of money during retirement, the standard rule has been to withdraw 4% from your retirement portfolio in the first year of retirement and use the inflation rate as a guide to adjust withdrawals in subsequent years. This Video will help outline some common pitfalls with this rule of thumb.
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