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drawdown

[′drȯ‚dau̇n]
(graphic arts)
In inkmaking, a procedure for obtaining a rough estimation of a color shade in which a small sample of ink is placed on a piece of paper and spread with a spatula to yield a thin film of ink.
(hydrology)
The magnitude of the change in water surface level in a well, reservoir, or natural body of water resulting from the withdrawal of water.
(petroleum engineering)
The difference between the static and the flowing bottom-hole pressure.

drawdown

The distance by which the groundwater level is lowered as a result of pumping.
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While it is good that savers have more flexibility to do what they want with their hard-earned savings, there are risks with drawdown products.
Debt has become an important source of deficit financing that reduces the pace of drawdowns from government reserves.
portion of drawdowns, particularly of those involving mass armies.
Andrew Tully, pensions technical director at Retirement Advantage, said: "With drawdown, the shift of responsibility moves to the individual to manage a retirement fund effectively.
All other terms of the Loan Agreement remain in effect unamended, including the above-mentioned interest rates and commitment fees, as well as the condition precedent to drawdown that nothing has occurred since the closing of the Loan Agreement on November 18, 2014 (the "Closing Date") which could reasonably be expected to have a material adverse effect on the Company (as defined in the Loan Agreement).
With income drawdown you will also face ongoing investment fees, whereas once you have bought an annuity there are no ongoing adviser charges.
The 'hollow' buildup of 2000 to 2008 and the unusually large reduction in R&D in this drawdown, means that the Army's recovery will be much more difficult than in previous drawdowns.
One can see how even after suffering the drawdowns of 2007 and 2008, memories fade.
The Governments pledge to 'abolish' the 55% death tax on pensions is not all it seems though because pension pots inherited when the member (or last drawdown account holder) dies after age 75 will still be subject to tax.
We find people better comprehend drawdown figures in current dollar amounts, because that's how people think of their finances.
I suggest therefore that you speak to your current adviser or, if you do not have one, a chartered financial planner, who has sufficient knowledge of at retirement planning, to assess whether it is appropriate for you to increase the amount of drawdown income you receive from your pension and, if it is, how to give effect to that increase.
The Corps will present initial results of the Fall Creek drawdown at a Willamette Basin Fisheries Science Review to be held today in Corvallis, as part of a larger three-day event.