Not So Golden Years
At one time in our history, retirement was a given, an all-but-assured final chapter after years of working hard. While some people might choose to work past 65, many look forward to leaving the workforce. Today, enjoying one's golden years work-free has become an unattainable dream for many — even if you find a great place to retire. This year the coronavirus has made the prospect of retiring even dimmer with 71% of Americans expecting the pandemic to affect their retirement plans, according to a survey by TD Ameritrade. Here's a closer look at what's impacting our ability to retire based on input from financial experts across the country. Find out How COVID-19 Is Changing Retirement in America, too.