To say that last week was eventful is an understatement, this week continues to be remarkable, with markets surging on a positive coronavirus vaccine announcement.
Although our country still faces health and economic problems as 2020 winds down, we can approach the year-end with optimism. Fostering optimism in your financial strategy means taking care of year-end tasks like retirement plan contributions and tax planning.
A financial strategy is not an abstract thing—you are saving and investing for something real: a happy retirement, putting kids through school, a memorable vacation, or home renovation. Election outcomes don’t affect your long-term goals.
Consider the emotions behind your goals and how they may have evolved over 2020. It may help you face 2021 with a renewed sense of optimism.
Here are some articles I found insightful. Feel free to share them, and get back to me with your thoughts.
5 Ways President Biden May Make Lasting Changes To Your Retirement
Nov. 10, 2020
While President-elect Biden and a nation wait for President Trump to concede the election, focus turns to how a Biden administration will lead…