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About half of Americans have taken or plan to take an early withdrawal from a retirement account during the pandemic, according to one survey.
Even if your retirement account is your best option for quick cash right now, tread lightly, says a financial planner.
If you don’t make a plan to replenish your account, it could be damaging to your retirement.
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If you had to pull cash from a retirement account lately, you’re not alone. 

The coronavirus pandemic has caused more than 40 million Americans to file for unemployment insurance so far. Small businesses have shuttered and pay cuts have become commonplace. These are dire financial straits.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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