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View Poll Results: What is the actual percentage rate of your total annual withdrawal?
2% or less 7 33.33%
3% or less 5 23.81%
3.75% or less 1 4.76%
4% or less 2 9.52%
4.25% or less 2 9.52%
4.5% or less 0 0%
4.75% or less 2 9.52%
5% or less 1 4.76%
6% or less 0 0%
More than 6% 1 4.76%
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What's Your Withdrawal Percentage
Old 01-19-2007, 12:47 PM   #1
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What's Your Withdrawal Percentage

Now that we've polled methodologies, how does this actually translate in terms of percentages??


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Re: What's Your Withdrawal Percentage
Old 01-19-2007, 06:04 PM   #2
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Re: What's Your Withdrawal Percentage

Because cash flows may be uneven this poll might be difficult to interpret. For instance, in my case we will get Social Security in about 4 to 8 years. FireCalc allows for this scenario and so our WR will be higher then someone currently taking SS.

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