Retirement Secret: There's No Magic Number

Over the last several years, American investors have become well-acquainted with a nebulous and vaguely threatening question about their retirement plans: "What's your number?"

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Comments (3)
Couldn't agree more. I spend a lot of time budgeting for retirees and pre-retirees. They have many numbers representing different needs, optional expenses, rates of inflation, and most of all, need disciplined but flexible withdrawal strategies.

Patricia E. Gottier, CFP(R), New York, NY
Posted by Patricia G | Tuesday, August 19 2014 at 1:29PM ET
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Posted by Wendy H | Wednesday, February 18 2015 at 1:07AM ET
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Posted by Marina M | Tuesday, March 03 2015 at 11:57PM ET
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