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Investing Blog Roundup: How Much Can I Spend in Retirement?

Administrative note: There will be no articles next week, as I will be attending and speaking at the annual Bogleheads event. We’ll resume our regular schedule on 10/23.

Researcher Wade Pfau released a new book this week: How Much Can I Spend in Retirement?

I haven’t read it yet, as I’m waiting for the Kindle edition, which is supposed to be out within the next week. But I have no qualms about recommending it already, because when it comes to the question of retirement spending, there is no person I’d rather hear from than Pfau.*

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*Pfau has been prolific over the last several years, but here are a few of my favorite papers that he has authored/co-authored:

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