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UBSVoice: Checking In With The 2005 And 2010 Retirees

In a recent article we discussed safe withdrawal rates for retirees and suggested that retirees might be better served by thinking of the issue in terms of a Dynamic Safe Depletion Rate Framework instead of in terms of SWRs. To illustrate the question better, we can look at two recent retirement cohorts (2005 and 2010) to see how they have fared using the Dynamic Safe Depletion Rate concept.
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