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Retirement in the time of Coronavirus

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People in midlife are a population under strain. Could a simple app, empower them to take control and improve their work, wealth and wellbeing?

Coronavirus has turned our world upside down. And whilst we are all embracing the ‘new normal’, what does it mean for retirement as we know it?

We know the majority of mid-lifers in the UK are worried about funding retirement, and almost a third adults in this age group are also concerned that the financial strain caused by the pandemic is negatively impacting their mental health, but not everyone is taking action. Why?

"We're launching our Mid-Life MOT as an app so anyone over the age of 45 can get hints and tips about how to manage their wealth, work, and wellbeing." - Alistair McQueenHead of Savings and Retirement at Aviva

In this podcast, Aviva's Alistair McQueen Head of UK Savings and Retirement and Dr Anna Dixon, CEO of the Centre for Ageing Better examine the challenges and opportunities associated with longer lives and shifting expectations of retirement.

They also discuss Aviva's Mid-Life MOT app and other external resources available to help encourage mid-lifers keep track of  their work, wealth and wellbeing and achieve a better balance.

Listen to the conversation here.

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