Monday, September 17, 2018

The 4% Rule for Retirement Savings

In the mid-1990s, a rule of thumb to guide a person through retirement was the “4% Rule”. This rule outlined how much a person could safely withdraw from retirement savings each year and still have a nest egg to last a lifetime (in this case, 30 years).

Many advisors are now saying that while this is still a good rule of thumb, “it doesn’t address issues such as increasingly high healthcare costs, longer life expectancies, and jobs that are sustainable throughout old age.”

While you can always stick with the 4% Rule as a baseline to plan for retirement, check out our website to see some additional ideas for investment that could be right for you!

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