Today we’re talking about one of the most important rules you can learn and understand as you plan for retirement. The 4% Rule is an indicator for retirees to determine how to utilize your savings for income in your post-career years. Recently, some exciting news broke in the financial world that may mean you could retire months or even years ahead of your current schedule.
In this episode, Wes explains how it works, discusses the controversy the rule has faced over the years, the exciting new development to this rule, and how retirees can use The 4% Rule to support their happy retirement.
4% Rule – background, history, and a general outline of Bengen’s study
Good News For Retirees Seeking Consistent Income: The 4% Rule Of Thumb Could Now Be 4.5%
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