Income replacement ratio

• The percentage of pre-retirement income that a retiree would need to receive after retirement in order to have a post-retirement standard of living equivalent to his or her pre-retirement standard of living. This ratio is generally less than 100 percent because some expenses (i.e., taxes, commuting costs, clothing expenditures, savings needs) decrease after retirement. Also known as a replacement ratio or rate.


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