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Retirement Myth #4: I’ll Withdraw 4% a Year

Learn why this strategy does not necessarily hold true for those planning for retirement today.

For more than a generation, the 4 percent rule seemed a fairly safe bet: Withdraw no more than 4 percent of your retirement nest egg each year, and you’ll have enough money to last a lifetime. Learn why this strategy does not necessarily hold true for those planning for retirement today. Like what you saw? Watch the replay of the entire webcast, Make Your Money Last: Shattering the Top 5 Retirement Planning Myths.

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