Maximum Initial Withdrawal Rate: A Historical Perspective

Dec 10, 2018 / By Craig L. Israelsen, PhD
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The longevity of a retirement portfolio is dramatically influenced by the initial withdrawal rate. The commonly cited safe rate of 4% is clearly a cautious guideline—as it should be. But what does history tell us about the range of sustainable withdrawal rates on a portfolio that must last 25 years?

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