Assuming that when you do retire, you will re-direct your $1,000,000 investment portfolio into less volatile and more secure mutual funds. You expect that, invested in these sources, your portfolio will securely earn 4.5% annually. Based on your assumptions and the normal life expectancy of an American male or female (respective to yourself), without consuming any of your principal, how much money will you have on a monthly basis to support your life?

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Assuming that when you do retire, you will re-direct your $1,000,000 investment portfolio into less volatile and more secure mutual funds. You expect that, invested in these sources, your portfolio will securely earn 4.5% annually. Based on your assumptions and the normal life expectancy of an American male or female (respective to yourself), without consuming any of your principal, how much money will you have on a monthly basis to support your life?

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