A year after the novel coronavirus struck the U.S., many Americans are struggling with their finances, according to a broad-ranging report released Friday by the Pew Research Center.

About half of all adults who are not retired say the pandemic has made it harder for them to reach their financial goals. This rises to 58% for lower-income people.

One of the goals is retirement itself: About a quarter of people over 50 said they delayed their retirement thanks to the outbreak or expect to delay it.