Commentary: $250,000 isn't enough for a comfortable retirement

11/16/2012 | MarketWatch

A designation of those with $50,000 to $250,000 in investable assets as "mass affluent consumers" is misleading, Matthew Heimer writes. "Cross over into retirement with a quarter-mil in savings, and you're in a situation where, under conservative income models, you can afford to withdraw only $10,000 a year, before taxes, to support your lifestyle," Heimer writes.

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