PODCAST: The FOUR PERCENT Spending Rule with Challenge?

Still Valid or Not?

PLUS the “RULES of 72, 78 and 115″ Explained”

By Staff Reporters

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What Is The 4% Rule? How Much Money Do I Need To Retire? - YouTube


The 4% Rule is a practical rule of thumb that may be used by retirees to decide how much they should withdraw from their retirement funds each year; according to Investopedia.

READ: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/f/four-percent-rule.asp#:~:text=The%20Four%20Percent%20Rule%20is%20a%20rule%20of,account%20balance%20that%20keeps%20income%20flowing%20through%20retirement.

The purpose of adopting the rule is to keep a steady income stream while maintaining an adequate overall account balance for future years. The withdrawals will consist primarily of interest and dividends on savings.

CITE: https://www.r2library.com/Resource/Title/082610254

READ: https://www.financial-planning.com/news/kitces-smart-fix-for-the-4-rule#:~:text=The%20purpose%20of%20the%204%25%20rule%20is%20to,when%20it%20provides%20superior%20outcomes%20in%20all%20situations.

CHALLENGE: But, experts like Mike Kitces are divided on whether the 4% withdrawal rate is the best option. Many, including the creator of the rule, say that 5% is a better rule for all but the worst-case scenario.


RULES of 72, 78 and 115: https://medicalexecutivepost.com/2020/11/22/the-rules-of-72-78-and-115/



PODCAST: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=4+percent+rule&&view=detail&mid=5B0C2D1CABA12C7CF6075B0C2D1CABA12C7CF607&&FORM=VRDGAR&ru=%2Fvideos%2Fsearch%3Fq%3D4%2Bpercent%2Brule%26FORM%3DHDRSC3


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One Response

  1. A deeper look at the 4% rule

    The 4% rule states that a person hoping to be retired for the next 30 years could spend 4% of their portfolio in the first year of retirement, with inflation-adjusted withdrawals added to that percentage each following year. It’s just a rough guideline, and it has come under fire recently. What’s more, as Vanguard points out: “the 4% rule didn’t factor investment fees into estimated returns” and “minimizing costs allows for a significantly higher likelihood of success.



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