Respondents also said situations that most worried them when it came to retirement planning were inflation (36%) while Social Security running out of funds was second (28%.)

A majority of U.S. adults — 69% — think there will be another pandemic in their lifetime, and think that prioritizing self-care and mental health now will help them save on health care in the future, according to a new survey by Nationwide, which looked at the health, financial and retirement factors that most worry millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers.

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Ginger Szala

Ginger Szala is executive managing editor of Investment Advisor magazine. She covered the financial business and alternatives industry for 30 years while editor of Futures Magazine Group. MSJ Northwestern, BA University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is based in Chicago. Go Blackhawks!