Because this July 4th is quite different from years before, it may be a good time to reflect on how the idea of independence has changed in light of the pandemic. One thing I’ve learned is how much I depend on those around me, from my family and friends to doctors, nurses, and other and essential workers, like grocery store clerks and janitorial staff.
Achieving financial independence also requires a high level of interdependence. Solid finances are put together through a combination of budgets, savings, and investments. But success for the individual comes through the cooperation and consideration of family, friends, business partners, employers, and more. I can help you create a financial strategy that focuses on interdependence and long-term goals.
Here are some articles I found interesting and insightful. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July weekend.
Answers to Your Questions on RMDs and 401(k) Hardship Withdrawals During the Virus Crisis
June 30, 2020
The coronavirus-relief act offers many Americans a financial lifeline or a chance to better…
From Day Trips to Finding a New Quarantine Spot, What Safe Summer Travel Looks Like in 2020
June 26, 2020
How much do you daydream about your next vacation? Given everything that’s going on right now, probably more than ever.