How to Withdraw Money In Retirement Using The Guyton Klinger Rule

Do you have a good idea of how much money you’ll need to retire? It’s a question that many people ask themselves on a daily basis, and if you’ve seen my video on the 4 percent rule, you already know one of the most common responses to that question. 

If you haven’t already, the 4 percent rule advises that you should save around 25 times your annual costs to have a reasonable chance of not running out of money once you retire.

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