Spending Retirement on Planet Vulcan: The Impact of Longevity Risk Aversion on Optimal Withdrawal Rates

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Financial Analysts Journal
March/April 2011 | Vol. 67 | No. 2 | 14 pages
Source: CFA Institute
Moshe A. Milevsky Huaxiong Huang

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Summary

Recommendations from the media and financial planners regarding retirement spending rates deviate considerably from utility maximization models. This study argues that wealth managers should advocate dynamic spending in proportion to survival probabilities, adjusted up for exogenous pension income and down for longevity risk aversion.

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Private Wealth Management
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  • Investment Vehicles and Asset-Class Exposures
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  • Risk Management
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