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4 numbers that help clients plan for a secure retirement A report from the Boston College's Center for Retirement Research indicates that people who want to secure their retirement should save at least 15% of their salary, according to this article on Money. Retirement investors may subtract their age from 110 to determine the desired stock allocation in their portfolio. Clients who reach the age of 45 are advised to multiply their salary by 3.7 to get a good estimate of retirement savings they should have at this age. They may also consider the 4% withdrawal rule when deciding how much they should withdraw from their retirement accounts without outliving their nest egg.

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