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Most workers kept on track to retire during the pandemic

“This past year has been a roller coaster of a year, but for those Americans with a retirement plan, it should come as a relief to know the fundamentals remain sound,” said Melissa Ridolfi, senior vice president of retirement and cash management at Fidelity Investments.
Ms. Ridolfi was commenting on the outcome of the Fidelity Investments’ 2021 State of Retirement Planning Study found; “82 percent of workers in the U.S. believe the events of the past year have affected their retirement plans. However, they are still confident they’ll be able to retire when and how they want.” For more information on the results of this study, click here to read Stephen Miller’s article.


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