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How are people who retired in the year 2000 doing today? Data show that people who retired in 2000 and use a 4% withdrawal rate on a portfolio with a 50/50 asset allocation have retained 67.5% of their wealth after 16 years since their retirement, writes an expert. Their remaining wealth is higher compared with people who retired in the previous years, writes the expert. "The 4% rule may work for 2000 retirees, but retirees should still remain cautious and monitor the evolution of their current withdrawal rate." –Forbes

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