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There are many viable retirement income solutions. The challenge is how to deploy retirement savings (accumulation period) to last a long lifetime (payout/retirement period). The answer: Apply modern portfolio theory to the payout phase. The following are examples of migrating planning from applying modern portfolio theory to the payout phase, except:
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All of the findings below are true about the Efficient Frontier Phase #1 approach of the research, which supports a diversified, portfolio approach to delivering higher average levels of inflation-adjusted retirement income, except:
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The Phase 2 Efficient Frontier approach models used retirement savings to enable delaying Social Security benefits from age 65 to 70 to increase projected retirement income without increasing risk or decreasing liquidity. All of the following are conclusions of Phase 2 research, except:
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Retirement income approaches for optimizing retirement income solutions include the following, except:
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All of the following are reasons why in Phase 3 the researchers found it is easier said than done to use a SWP until age 85 along with a qualified longevity annuity contract (QLAC) that begins at age 85, except:
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Possibilities for more robust retirement income options for plan sponsors and advisors include all the following, except:
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In Phase 4 of the research, investing in target date funds (TDFs) right up to retirement produced all of the following findings, except:
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All of the following are approaches to generating retirement income, except: