Will 2000-era retirees experience the worst retirement outcomes in U.S. history? A progress report after 10 years
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- Wade D. Pfau, 2010. "An International Perspective on Safe Withdrawal Rates from Retirement Savings: The Demise of the 4 Percent Rule?," GRIPS Discussion Papers 10-12, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, revised Oct 2010.
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- How Much is Too Much? (Wall Street Journal)
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2011-11-19 22:03:00
- Wall Street Journal: How Much Is Too Much?
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2011-11-19 09:45:00
- Safe Savings Rates & Current Withdrawal Rates
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2011-04-25 10:16:00
- Trinity Study Updates
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2011-04-01 17:46:00
- Three Scholarly Articles - BusinessWeek
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2010-12-18 19:46:00
- Will 2000-Era Retirees Experience the Worst Retirement Outcomes in U.S. History? A Progress Report After 10 Years
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2010-12-01 12:12:00
- Bill Bengen’s “How Much is Enough?”
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2012-05-18 08:20:00
- Updated Situation for 2000 Retirees
by Wade Pfau in Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog on 2012-06-18 08:24:00
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Keywordsretirement planning; safe withdrawal rates; sequence of returns risk; retirement ruin; retiring in 2000; current withdrawal rate;
- G11 - Financial Economics - - General Financial Markets - - - Portfolio Choice; Investment Decisions
- C20 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Single Equation Models; Single Variables - - - General
- N22 - Economic History - - Financial Markets and Institutions - - - U.S.; Canada: 1913-
- D14 - Microeconomics - - Household Behavior - - - Household Saving; Personal Finance
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