Most Americans agree that they can keep their original retirement plans

When the stock market crashed in March, many older workers worried that their retirement plans had crashed as well.  Now, there’s a different sentiment. According to a recent survey by CNBC and Acorns, it found 67 percent of Americans now say that the pandemic didn’t end up disrupting their retirement plans. In Maurie Backman’s article appearing on, she writes while it’s good to take comfort in fact that the pandemic hasn’t seemed to alter your retirement plans so far, but you should also take three steps to make sure things stay that way.  Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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