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The table below shows different asset combinations and the potential average yields that could be generated before fees. It then shows what the actual investor return or yield would be given different fee levels. Obviously, the higher the fees for … Continue reading

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Based on early research of actual stock market returns and retirement scenarios over the past 75 years, it was found that retirees who draw down no more than 4.2 per cent of their portfolio in the initial year and adjust … Continue reading

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Our past few posts have talked about investment considerations for your withdrawal portfolio. Today we talk about withdrawal considerations. What is an appropriate level for withdrawal from a variable portfolio in order to sustain the income being drawn over the … Continue reading

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Last post, we talked about some investment considerations for your withdrawal portfolio. Today, we will continue on the additional ways you can maximize all the benefits offered from your income-producing assets. Today, we talk about fee structures. Look for a … Continue reading

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