Updated Friday, October 31, 2014 as of 9:41 AM ET

Smart Ways to Set Safe Withdrawal Rates

The standard 4% withdrawal rate in retirement is a case in point that nothing is ever written in stone.

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Comments (5)
Thanks for the posting Bruce! We are having a discussion on this issue in the Retirement Planning Knowledge Circle that the FPA is launching this weekend at the FPA BE Conference in Seattle. Please jump in. I am going to post a link to your article to the group page.
Bob Rall, CFP(R)
Posted by Bob R | Friday, September 19 2014 at 3:41PM ET
Thanks for the posting Bruce! We are having a discussion on this issue in the Retirement Planning Knowledge Circle that the FPA is launching this weekend at the FPA BE Conference in Seattle. Please jump in. I am going to post a link to your article to the group page.
Bob Rall, CFP(R)
Posted by Bob R | Friday, September 19 2014 at 3:41PM ET
Thanks for the posting Bruce! We are having a discussion on this issue in the Retirement Planning Knowledge Circle that the FPA is launching this weekend at the FPA BE Conference in Seattle. Please jump in. I am going to post a link to your article to the group page.
Bob Rall, CFP(R)
Posted by Bob R | Friday, September 19 2014 at 3:41PM ET
Thanks for the posting Bruce! We are having a discussion on this issue in the Retirement Planning Knowledge Circle that the FPA is launching this weekend at the FPA BE Conference in Seattle. Please jump in. I am going to post a link to your article to the group page.
Bob Rall, CFP(R)
Posted by Bob R | Friday, September 19 2014 at 3:42PM ET
Thanks for the posting Bruce! We are having a discussion on this issue in the Retirement Planning Knowledge Circle that the FPA is launching this weekend at the FPA BE Conference in Seattle. Please jump in. I am going to post a link to your article to the group page.
Bob Rall, CFP(R)
Posted by Bob R | Friday, September 19 2014 at 3:42PM ET
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