Welcome to our Guide to Post-COVID-19
Retirement Planning. Every day the barrage of
COVID-19 news has been unrelenting. The
impulse to react, and to protect what we have, is
understandably strong. The pandemic outbreak
and resulting financial fallout have caused
considerable financial stress for many, making it
difficult to decide about how and when to retire.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed our
concept of retirement and how we make decisions
about our retirement plans based on short-term
events and circumstances, and for many of us,
this will have long-term consequences for our
financial wellbeing and retirement.
Planning for a successful retirement should
open the door to an interconnected approach
rather than product-based solutions. Put simply,
in order to get the best retirement planning
outcomes, it is now necessary to have a strategy
that gives more choices and greater flexibility.