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Don’t forget that retirement is a marathon, not a sprint

While some people will have no other choice but to use retirement savings for short-term financial challenges, a majority (86 percent) feels that “staying the course” and having a long-term view on their investments is important amid concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. This conclusion is according to a recent survey from Voya.  There is much to consider before taking action on these new coronavirus-related distributions and withdrawing money from retirement funds. So before you do, read the attached article here…

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    • Yvonne:

      This is likely because the Social Security payment and the stimulus payment are generated from two different agencies, with two separate schedules. If you have not yet received your stimulus payment, you can check the status with the IRS using their web portal at

      Gerry Hafer
      AMAC Foundation, Inc.

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