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Assume you were forced to retire at 55 and not at your choosing. Gov't considers it best that people over 55 have paid their dues and jobs are for the younger generation only. What is the minimum annual withdrawal number you think would be tolerable for you if your significant other was gone. Household of 1. Use 2019 numbers. Includes pensions, SocSec, Savings, everything.

Again, not what number you would like to have -- but at what point do you not think you could manage below.
I could be happy < $35k
$35-$45k
$46-$55k
$56-$65k
I'd need more than $65k for sure

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