The Coronavirus Pandemic: Should I Change My Retirement Strategy?

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The novel coronavirus continues to change our lives in so many ways, and, unfortunately, we are the villains of this unfortunate story. Our ignorance and carelessness are the greatest threats in these times of uncertainty, not COVID-19. For example, a couple of days ago, Florida recorded the highest number of coronavirus cases reported by a state in a single day (more than 15,000, to be precise), and there’s no coincidence that Disney World reopened the same weekend. What’s wrong with you people?!

Statistically speaking, we are not doing great, and it’s our job as citizens to stay informed of the issues that affect our community. Set a good example for others, wear mask, keep a safe distance to prevent the spread and, of course, try not to visit Disney World. Also, to keep yourself occupied, you should think about the challenges that coronavirus poses for your retirement strategy. With that in mind, here are some pieces of advice considering your golden years you should really keep an eye on during the coronavirus.

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