"I am the Professor of Retirement Income at the American College of Financial Services in Bryn Mawr, PA. My Ph.D. is in Economics from Princeton University in 2003, under the guidance of Professors Alan Blinder and Harvey Rosen. As an undergraduate student at the University of Iowa, I studied economics, political science, and history. I completed internships at the U.S. Social Security Administration, the White House, and the U.S. Senate. My main research interests are related to developing methods to better analyze issues related to retirement planning."
Retirement Researcher Blog by Wade Pfau
- Maximizing the Combined After-Tax Value of IRAs and Roth IRAs (31 March 2015)
- CoRI Index: A Tool to Lock-in Annuity Prices without Annuitizing (25 March 2015)
- Making Sense Out of Variable Spending Strategies for Retirees (16 March 2015)
- Sequence Risk vs. Investment Risk (12 March 2015)
- To Rise or Not To Rise: Stock Allocation During Retirement (2 March 2015)
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