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Increasingly Low Interest Rates Hurt Retirees

Low interest rates are great if you’re borrowing money. Indeed, who among us hasn’t shopped for the lowest possible mortgage rate or auto loan rate? And, while interest rates were reasonably low even before the coronavirus, the ongoing pandemic may cause an even further drop in rates, in some places to even no or negative interest. While all of that is good news if you’re buying, it doesn’t bode well for the future of your retirement investments which depend on interest rates to grow, as described in this EBN (Employee Benefit News) article by Evelina Nedlund. Click here to read more.

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