If you are retired or retiring soon, you know that financial decisions you make today will have a big effect on the life you’ll be able to have going forward.
Yet, the turbulence and confusion of the coronavirus pandemic can stir up emotions, making it harder than ever to see clearly.
Having a retirement plan and sticking to it is the way to weather moments like these.
If you don’t have a plan, now’s the time to create one so you can avoid acting on fear or impulse. Having a plan also should make you less susceptible to the following common mistakes, which otherwise can set your retirement back.