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Subject:  Income Planning Assumption Date:  6/5/2007  1:58 PM
Author:  Rhoski Number:  57781 of 88051

Being new to the discussion section thank you in advance for you "foolish" advice. My question:
What is a reasonable assumption for how much income(as a percent) a retirement portfolio could generate assuming a moderate level of risk? Would it be:

1) 5%
2) 7%
3) 9%
4) other (you specify)

Please select one of the answers and explain.

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