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The current pandemic has created some unsettling times, especially when you start considering the ramifications of coronavirus on your finances. Not only are people worried for their physical safety, but many people have found themselves with reduced hours or have lost their job completely. This means once it comes time to pay the bills, many people will be struggling to make ends meet due to their reduced incomes.
Some people may feel they need to turn immediately to their credit cards or are worried they will fall behind on their debt payments as a result of this loss of income or other financial ramifications of the outbreak. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. With careful planning and a clear picture of your financial situation, you can plan for the future while also taking care of your family’s current needs.
Use our easy financial guide below to make sure your finances are in a good place and to prepare for the financial ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak.
We hope this guide can be a useful tool for dealing with coronavirus and your finances during these unsettling times. For more resources, feel free to visit our Covid-19 Resource Page where you can find up-to-date information on your program and the various resources available to people affected by this outbreak.
We know this can be an unsettling time and we are dedicated to making sure our clients, both current and potential, are in the best position possible to stay safe and continue on the road to financial independence.