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MarketWatch buy-rent-calculator Barrons Multiply by 25 and 4 Percent Retirement Rules of Thumb How much money will you need in retirement? Two popular rules of thumb outline the answer. The "Multiply by 25" rule and the "4 Percent" rule are often confused with one another, but they contain a critical difference: one guides how much you should save, while the other estimates how much you can safely withdraw. Multiply By 25 Rule The Multiply by 25 Rule estimates how much money you'll need in retirement by multiplying your desired annual income by 25. For example: If you want to withdraw $40,000 per year from your retirement portfolio, you need $1 million dollars in your retirement portfolio. ($40,000 x 25 equals $1 million). This rule-of-thumb estimates the amount that you can withdraw from your portfolio. Why that much? Meanwhile, inflation tends to erode the value of the dollar at roughly 3 percent per year. Read More: The Rule of 72 and the Rule of 115 4 Percent Rule The 4 Percent Rule, however, guides how much you should withdraw annually once you're retired. What's the Difference?

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