If you think about your current expenses, most of them are monthly. You receive a monthly mortgage/rent bill, a monthly phone bill, a monthly car bill and so on. You likely budget other variable expenses like gas, groceries and spending money by the month. So why is it when it comes to retirement, everything is a lump sum?
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