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Will You Have to Retire Early?

“More than a quarter of all workers say COVID has prompted them to move up their retirement date,” finds a survey released in February, by the National Institute for Retirement Security. One study even suggested that nearly 2 million older workers have left the labor force for good since the start of the pandemic.  The…

Time To Adapt

How Well Did You Adapt?

We can all agree that the pandemic created many unexpected events in each of our lives, and we’ve all had to figure out how to adapt. That means now is a good time to review how your needs may have changed, and if those changes have impacted the financial goals you previously set for yourself…

The New ‘Life-Is-Short’ Mindset

This week’s article explains how affluent Americans are rushing to retire sooner than they had originally planned due to the new ‘Life-Is-Short’ mindset, a product of the pandemic. Even if we now have the ‘Life-Is-Short’ mindset, Americans are still living longer and will need income during retirement that won’t be outlived. Regardless of whether you…

The New Retirement

As we are starting to emerge without masks, this week’s article discusses the ways that COVID-19 has impacted the economy and retirement. “COVID-19 has accelerated many of the trends that were already challenging the outdated study-work-retire model…” and has us rethinking retirement. If you’re feeling less secure about your finances due to the pandemic, you’re…

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Healthy Mind and Healthy Body

This week’s article reminds us that notwithstanding the trials and tribulations of the pandemic, one thing COVID does to benefits us, is that it demands healthy aging. There have been and will continue to be many wide-reaching implications which include not just direct health impacts; if the pandemic teaches us anything “it’s the importance of…

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