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Actuaries develop retiree rule of thumbBY HARRISON WORLEY | THURSDAY, 7 NOV 2019 12:37PM
A group of actuaries have answered the calls of retirees looking for a simpler way to determine how much money they should draw out of their savings in retirement, developing a new three-part rule of thumb.
Read more: ASFA, Superannuation Guarantee, John De Ravin, Martin Fahy, Actuaries Institute, Nicolette Rubinsztein, Rubensztein, Rule of Thumb Working Group
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