The notion of using dividends in retirement, either as a way to complement other financial assets, or perhaps rely on them for an even larger percentage of income, is drawing plenty of interest these days.
But what role do dividend-paying stocks still play in retiree portfolios today?
How do you know if you have the right balance of dividend paying stocks in you retirement portfolio? (or if you even SHOULD have them in your portfolio?)
In this episode of After The Paycheck. John and Adam discuss the role that dividend paying stocks play in a retirement portfolio, and the cause-and-effect relationship they can have on your income in retirement
The Role Dividend Paying Stocks Play In Your Retirement Portfolio:
Do dividend-paying stocks still play a role in retiree portfolios today?
One side effect of the pandemic in the financial markets is that some companies have been forced to cut their dividends or eliminate them entirely. So where does that leave retirees who may be relying on dividend stocks for some of their income?
Are there specific types of dividend paying stocks you might want to avoid (or consider) as you plan your retirement cash flow strategy?
Are there specific tax consequences you need to consider from having dividend paying stocks in your portfolio?
How do you know if you have the right balance of dividend paying stocks in your retirement portfolio? (or if you SHOULD have them in your portfolio?)
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