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Chris Stock column published in Central Penn Business Journal

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Chris Stock recently authored a column exploring the ‘4 percent rule’ of withdrawals, which is a common approach when evaluating retirement spending. The column ran in the print and digital versions of the Central Penn Business Journal (CPBJ) and was published online in early December. CPBJ is a central Pennsylvania regional business-focused newspaper, covering news and insights relevant to business leaders and professionals.

Chris explores questions including if this rule of thumb is still relevant, how it’s impacted by inflation, and how it could change based on tax and regulatory changes. He identifies possible concerns with this methodology that investors can discuss with their financial advisors. You can read the article at this link: https://www.cpbj.com/is-the-4-percent-rule-for-retirement-income-still-relevant/

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