Stay away from these missteps to ensure your long-term finances are on track during the pandemic.
WITH COVID-19 disrupting everything from daily life to stock prices, it can be tough to set financial goals and make plans for retirement. “For the last few months, we’ve seen very volatile movements in capital markets, which has caused fear and uncertainty in investors,” says Lauren Anastasio, a certified financial planner at SoFi in Claymont, Delaware.
In spite of the unknowns, it’s possible to set a course for your financial future. Take care to avoid these retirement planning mistakes: