2021 Retirement Drawdown Strategies For Low-Income Retirees

With the current shifts in the economic environment for those at or nearing retirement, clients may be wondering how best to leverage their assets or to draw down their savings. The truth is that the best advice may change based on how much income clients have to work with.

Steve Parrish, Co-Director of The College’s Center for Retirement Income, weighs in with his latest Forbes column on what a sound retirement drawdown strategy might look like for those with lower incomes.

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