Retirement Income from $1,000,000

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Financial Coach and women and money author Camille Gaines explains how much retirement income you can expect to earn from $1,000,000 when invested in stocks and bonds. She explains that the income yield would be about 3%, or $30,000 annually. After taxes, this equates to about $1,875 a month of retirement income. Investments can be viewed as made for income or for growth as primary objectives.

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Find Out How Much Money You Need to Retire | S. 1 Ep. 13

Joe Anderson, CFP® and "Big Al" Clopine, CPA share strategies to help you find out how much money you will need to last through retirement, how much money needs to be saved and how much needs to be accumulated for your specific retirement plan. What's your magic number?

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So let's take a look at the first method of determining your "magic number"…

1. 8 Times Your Final Pay

Example: $100,000 Income Per Year
Magic Number: $100,000 * 8 = $800,000

Pro: This helps the person close to retirement find out how much they may need for retirement

Con: It does not factor fixed income sources (Social Security & pensions)

Con: It does not help a younger investor understand how much they need to save

2. Saving 15% of Net Salary

Annual Salary: $100K
Annual Take Home Pay: $70k
Annual Savings: $10,500 (15%)
Savings at 6% for 30 Years: $830,000

This method is good to help people start saving more money. Most Americans are not saving nearly this amount and this strategy does not help someone close to retirement see if they are on track or not.

3. 4% Distribution Rule
$100K Desired Retirement Income
$50K Fixed Income
$50K Income Shortfall
$50K Divided by 4% = $ 1,250,000

This method takes into account fixed income sources and is more scientific than other methods. The problems with the 4% rule are that it doesn't apply if you haven't saved, it is dependent on life expectancy, and depends heavily on growth rate.

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