Leading up to retirement the goal is producing enough income to build a sizable nest egg. Upon retirement the goal shifts to spending what has been built up in such a way that you don’t outlive your nest egg. And while the general rule of thumb has been the 4% rule – that retirees could safely withdraw 4% of their assets each year – there is much debate over whether this rule is still valid today. As such, today’s article outlines several strategies that retirees can use to help ensure their nest egg lasts throughout their lifetime. To find out what these strategies are, CLICK HERE.
Safe Spending: Strategies For Ensuring Your Nest Egg Lasts As Long As You Do
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