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5 Retirement Lessons from the Return of Sports

Kiplinger Logo By Scot Landborg of Kiplinger | Slide 1 of 6: After a long interruption, the summer has seen the return of sports.  From the NBA bubble in Orlando to cardboard fans in the stands of Major League Baseball, sports are back.  While not all sports are back at full strength, and while college football continues to debate what back to play might look like, American fans are happy to have live sports back on television.  Bringing back sports has not been easy in this COVID-19 world and keeping them going will continue to be challenging.  Your retirement life has also been upended in this new world.  You faced the unknown in the spring, canceled plans and trips.  Now as you restart your retirement and financial life, what lessons can be learned from the world of sports?  Here are our top five takeaways.   SEE MORE Planning for Retirement in the New Normal of Covid-19

After a long interruption, the summer has seen the return of sports.  From the NBA bubble in Orlando to cardboard fans in the stands of Major League Baseball, sports are back.  While not all sports are back at full strength, and while college football continues to debate what back to play might look like, American fans are happy to have live sports back on television. 

Bringing back sports has not been easy in this COVID-19 world and keeping them going will continue to be challenging. 

Your retirement life has also been upended in this new world.  You faced the unknown in the spring, canceled plans and trips.  Now as you restart your retirement and financial life, what lessons can be learned from the world of sports?  Here are our top five takeaways. 

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