Philip May: What can we learn from the pandemic about investing in retirement?

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Philip May: "In light of the financial impact of the pandemic, what steps could retirees take to help secure their financial needs and safeguard their retirement?"
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Philip May: "In light of the financial impact of the pandemic, what steps could retirees take to help secure their financial needs and safeguard their retirement?"

Retirement changes everything, writes Philip May. Here he outlines what can we learn from the pandemic about investing in later life...

The pandemic spelt financial hardship for many, but retirees in drawdown were perhaps among the most acutely affected. In fact, research by Capital Group found that the most important questions for...

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