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Drawdown dilemmas: how to pay yourself at retirement

Among the topics discussed are the ‘4% rule’, only taking the ‘natural yield’ and having ‘cash buckets’.

27th June 2024 09:50

by the interactive investor team from interactive investor

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Kyle welcomes back to the pod interactive investor’s Personal Finance Editor Craig Rickman to discuss some of the dilemmas people face when investing during retirement. Among the topics discussed are the ‘4% rule’, only taking the ‘natural yield’ and having ‘cash buckets’. As ever, bear in mind the podcast is for information purposes only and is not financial advice. 

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Kyle Caldwell is Funds and Investment Education Editor at interactive investor.

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