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September 28, 2018

For many people, the focus of financial planning is Return on Investment (ROI). Returns are important, but once you’ve invested intelligently in a diversified portfolio, there’s not much more to do; returns are what they are. More important, and more within your sphere...

January 17, 2018

What’s my retirement number?

It’s a catchy title but over-simplified.  Is it the answer to the question “How big does my portfolio have to be so I can retire?” or “How much of my portfolio can I withdraw safely in retirement?”  These two questions are still too oversimp...

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What’s my retirement number?

It’s a catchy title but over-simplified.  Is it the answer to the question “How big does my portfolio have to be so I can...

What's my Retirement Number?

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