Will “Staying Safe at Home” Boredom Cause You to Avoid Retirement?

Will “Staying Safe at Home” Boredom Cause You to Avoid Retirement?

The American College of Financial Services
April 19, 2020

Among its numerous effects on financial markets and people’s everyday lives, the COVID-19 pandemic is giving people across the country a taste of what retirement could be like as many are stuck at home with little of their recognizable routine. Will this make them want to work longer, both to stave off boredom and to recover their losses?

Steve Parrish, co-director of the New York Life Center for Retirement Income, says many of those considering retirement may end up thinking twice because of their pandemic experience. More in this article from Forbes.

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