While retirement is an exciting time, it can also be nerve-racking for many people. For some, living on a fixed income, coping with declining health, and dealing with the worry that they’ll outlive their savings is a concern. Unfortunately, retirement during COVID-19 has heightened risks.
We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, so why booming housing market? After all, the economy is down, and countless Americans are struggling with their finances. After all, the economy is down, and countless Americans are struggling with their finances. Let’s take a closer look at several of the many reasons the housing market is so hot during these unprecedented times.
If the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on your finances, you may need to rethink your retirement strategy if you’ve lost your job, work part-time, or transitioned to a lower paying job. Here are some tips that may help you prepare for retirement and create a financially secure future in a post-COVID era.
Tax season is fast approaching! If you’re hiring a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), accountant, or other tax professional to handle your taxes, you still have to do some work. It’s your responsibility to gather certain documents so that your tax pro has everything they need to file your return.
February is Financial Aid Awareness Month. Its purpose is to provide important information to students and their families about financial aid. If you have children or grandchildren who plan to attain higher education after high school, now is the perfect time to increase your knowledge about the college funding process.