Volatile Markets Confirm the Utility of Flexible Withdrawal Rates

Nelson, Christina
December 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2009 Retirement, p12
Academic Journal
An interview with Cornerstone Wealth Advisors Inc. chief financial planner (CFP) Jonathan T. Guyton is presented. Guyton considers his discussion of retirement withdrawal rates as a fascinating intersection of art and science. He thinks that anyone may take an action or not because of fear and the possibility of being blamed. He suspects that the final number of withdrawal rate for 2011 will increase to more than 5.25 percent.


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