How dynamic is your retirement spending strategy?

Joseph B. Hash

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Karin Risi: There’s a lot of sophisticated modeling behind our dynamic spending strategy, but the concept is really simple. What it allows our retirees to do during the drawdown phase is to spend a little more when markets are up and to pull back spending in down markets. We hear client feedback, Tim, and they really like this particular strategy, because it takes the guesswork out of asset drawdown for them. It can be a really daunting experience to save for decades and then in retirement, try to figure out—in a tumultuous market—how much you can take out of

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Centre relaxes TMA procedure for agri exports

Joseph B. Hash

The Centre has relaxed the procedure for exporters of agricultural produce to avail Transport and Marketing Assistance (TMA) for specified products in view of the Covid-19 outbreak and the ongoing nationwide lockdown.

Exporters of farm items will now have more time to submit physical copies of their applications for TMA, as per a notice by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade on April 13.

“For the applications filed electronically on or after February 1, 2020 up to September 30, 2020, physical copy of the print out….along with prescribed documents can be filed manually with the regional authorities concerned up to

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Campco to conduct virtual meet of growers through Zoom app

Joseph B. Hash

With the implementation of lockdown across the country, a majority of India is working from home and a significant portion of that workforce is using Zoom app for virtual meetings. While many in the corporate sector have been using this app, a farmers’ cooperative from Dakshina Kannada district is also making best use of this app.

SR Satishchandra, President of Campco (Central Arecanut and Cocoa Marketing and Processing Cooperative) Ltd, told BusinessLine that he will use this app to address the grower-members of the cooperative on April 16. He has been conducting meetings with the members of the board of

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Amid extended lockdown, Maharashtra’s cane-cutters seek help to return home

Joseph B. Hash

Over 1.5 lakh sugar cane-cutters from Beed and Ahmednagar districts in the sugar belt of Maharashtra have demanded the State government’s help to return home.

While imposing a lockdown, the State government had asked migrant sugarcane cutters to stay close to sugar mills and not return home. It had further ordered sugar mills to take care of them. However, with the lockdown extended till May 3, they want to return.

“Some sugar mills have arranged accommodation, food and other requirements while other mills have released the cane-cutters. Those who want to return to their villages have been stopped at their

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