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This is continued from our previous blog post on June 10th. 4.   If the equity selections provide investment returns that will allow you to take profits and replenish the Cash Wedge, it may make sense to renew the GICs … Continue reading

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The “Cash Wedge” is what I call the income delivery process I developed in 1993 and have been using successfully ever since. It helps to address the issues that you cannot control by allowing you to focus on those aspects … Continue reading

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There are a number of strategies and considerations that will be beneficial to you in obtaining the maximum benefit from your income-producing assets. Some have been addressed in previous posts such as: consolidate assets consider income streams as well as … Continue reading

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This “Cash Wedge” is what Daryl Diamond calls the income delivery process he developed in 1993 and has been a success ever since. The Process This withdrawal model incorporates a number of income and investment concepts within it, some of … Continue reading

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