Impact of COVID-19 on Aging and Retirement – Essay Collection
The Society of Actuaries’ Aging & Retirement Strategic Research Program is pleased to make available essays received in response to its Call for Essays on the impact of COVID-19 on aging and retirement. The purpose of the essay call is to gather perspectives, opinions and data on the short and long-term consequences of COVID-19 on aging and retirement. Essays will be published on this page as they are available.
Employee Benefits after COVID-19
by Anna Rappaport, FSA, MAAA
The Impact of COVID-19 and the CARES Act on Retirement Readiness for American Workers
by Daniel Cassidy, FSA, CFA and Meghan Malachi
How Much is Enough in Light of COVID-19?
by Sam Gutterman
Will Retirement Change Due to COVID-19?
by Linda Koco
Lessons for Retirement Annuities from Coronavirus Induced Economic Turbulence
by Thomas L. Hungerford
Effects of Ephemeral Mass Unemployment
by Jack Lund
Managing “Black Swan” Stock Market Risks in Retirement
by Kenneth Steiner
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