If an unexpected emergency requires you to draw down your retirement funds, it just means you'll have to work a few years longer to make it up (or wait for the market to recover.)Is this realistic? What if the emergency occurs after you've retired? Even you, intercst, would have a hard time re-entering the work force.
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