Thanks.The conventional wisdom is that 4% will probably last at least 30 years.Others have very sophisticated answers and there are even calculators that will calculate exact numbers for you based on whatever.</I<thought there was a number for 'forever' ..30yrs isn't very long for some...makes sense it wouldn't be that simple=
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