A Second Look: Four Retirement Rules Of Thumb

In financial planning, as with geographic navigation, having a general set of rules to follow is usually a good idea; however, when diving into specifics and more complex situations, those same rules may not always be applicable.

Steve Parrish, Co-Director of The American College Center for Retirement Income, takes a look at four common retirement planning “rules” and how they really hold up under scrutiny in this column from Forbes.

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