Changes to the 72t Interest Rates

Are the new changes to the 72t interest rates beneficial to retirees? The short answer is yes. Matthews Barnett, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®, Financial Advisor, discusses what a 72t is, the new changes to 72t interest rates, and the updated life expectancy tables. Fortunately, these changes will give retirees more options and peace of mind knowing they can choose to have additional supplemental income in retirement.

Matthews Barnett
Financial Advisor

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By Published On: March 18, 2022

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