The Rule of Thumb Fallacy
This month, our very own Ben Messinger was featured in the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business. In his article, Ben cautions the over-reliance on the “rule of thumb” yard stick when planning for retirement. Do you feel comfortable using everybody else’s diagnosis or prefer an individualized assessment of your financial health? If you believe you are unique, we strongly encourage you to read Ben’s article to learn how using the wrong assumptions can change the entire ball game.
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