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The rule doesn’t say anything about that, but it does also apply to the other person. We take away seven from each side to get $y-7=x \div 2$, and then double both sides to get y-14=x$.
), especially for heterosexual males looking for the ideal age-ranges for potential dates.
Two things: the somewhat random-looking picture above is from The Moon Is Blue, a 1953 film that’s the first known reference to the ‘dating rule’ discussed here.
The report instead sets out a sliding scale, from 1.7% to 3.6% depending on the risk profile and time period, as a starting point for considering the appropriate level of retirement income, and highlights the key role of advisers in determining a personalised income rate for their individual clients.
The ‘4% rule’, developed by US adviser William Bengen in 1994, has often been turned to as a rule of thumb for determining a sustainable level of retirement income.
So, if you’re 16, the youngest age you should consider is 15 — because 16 divided by two is eight and 8 7 equals 15.