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Do Higher Interest Rates Change Your Bucket Strategy?- Episode 149

The past 18 months or so have seen interest rates rise from near zero to levels we haven’t seen in more than a decade. This is great for savers, especially those who have become accustomed to earning little to nothing on their non-volatile assets.

Of course, a key part of the Bucket Strategy® involves taking income (cash flow) from those non-volatile assets, regardless of what they may or may not be earning. Now that interest rates have come back up, what does this new environment mean for the strategy going forward? Does it change the way you should be setting up your buckets?

Get the answers from podcast host Johnny Dean and “Professor” Rick Plum, CFP® on today’s episode of Managing Your Financial Future!

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