By

German Lee

Long Life & a Portfolio to Match

Even with the COVID 19 death toll on America, the concept that "life is too short" is evolving, for people reaching retirement age. This is thanks to various breakthroughs in public health, and safety infrastructure.

Covid Has Impacted 82% of America’s Retirement Plans

According to recent data from Johns Hopkins University, at least 21 states have seen a 10% increase in the daily average for positive Covid-19 cases. This indicates that the pandemic is far from over. While the pandemic has wreaked havoc on our mental and physical health, it is also quietly reshaping how Americans will approach retirement and old age in future.