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Can YOU Afford Retirement? | 4% Rule Explained | Safe Withdrawal Rate

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Can you afford to retire? In this video I will explain exactly what the 4% rule is. The 4% rule is also commonly known as the safe withdrawal rate. The safe withdrawal rate is a great metric to use when trying to figure out how much you need to save for retirement, and how much you can actually live off of.

The 4% rule allows you to keep your principal investment amount during retirement, and actually live off the interest, and never touch that original principal amount.

Watch the entire video to learn about the 4% rule aka the safe withdrawal rate!

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