Coronavirus Puts the Squeeze on Retirement Hopes

The American College of Financial Services
Financial Times
June 12, 2020

As the economy takes a pounding from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been plenty of speculation about the future of retirement planning and how advisors and clients can preserve their assets against market declines and uncertainty.

College experts Wade Pfau and David Blanchett have these words for those looking at retiring: don’t—at least not immediately, and not without proper planning. Read more in the Financial Times.

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