More on Early Withdrawals and the Break-Even Frontier

Kitces, Michael E.; Prakash, Arun J.; Smyser, Michael W.
November 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2003, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p20
Academic Journal
The article presents a letter to the editor and a reply regarding the article The Break-Even Frontier for Early Withdrawals From a Tax-Deferred Account by Arun J. Prakash and Michael W. Smyser in the August 2003 issue.


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