Pandemic has disrupted retirement plans for 35% of Americans, study finds

  • Covid-19 has been a financial boon or bust for workers, depending on their personal situations.
  • Now, those effects are changing when many Americans say they expect to retire.
  • As anticipated retirement ages shift, younger generations expect to reach that finish line the soonest.

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a financial boon for some and a catastrophe for others.

Now those effects are showing up in one more place: anticipated retirement dates.

The pandemic has prompted 35% of Americans to change the age when they anticipate retiring, a recent survey from Northwestern Mutual found.

Lorie Konish | CNBC

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