With the change to working from home brought about by the pandemic, people are rethinking (or thinking more about) retirement.
The Retirement Manifesto takes a look at whether there has been a “Mad Rush to Retirement” as has been written about. It looks at a recent Kiplinger’s article and a study from Pew Research. It is a fascinating study. The results and future impact from this movement will be interesting to continue to follow. Will the trend continue?
Have you, or know someone, who has thought more seriously about retirement due to working from home (getting a taste of retirement), dreading the return to the office commute, risks due to Covid-19, or any other factor? The article raises some interesting questions that many people are wrestling with.