Even though we’re four months into the coronavirus pandemic in North Carolina, it still feels like we have more questions than answers. We’re heading into the summer months with worry about how safe things truly are and uncertainty about when we’ll be able to contain the virus.
Few people have made the lasting impact that Founding Father Benjamin Franklin has. Many of the values he believed in and much of the wisdom he shared is still followed centuries later. He provided us with a long list of quotes that continue to get referenced in modern day discussions. You could be surprised to hear how many of these can apply to financial planning even if that might not have been the original intention.
With the economy starting to open back in many different states, the hope is that we’ll start to see things begin to stabilize and improve for small businesses. But what can we expect from the real estate market in 2020? How much has it been impacted and is there opportunities to be found?
Think about all the work around the house you’ve been doing since the quarantine started. The house is clean(ish), the yard looks great, and you’ve checked a lot of items off the to-do list.
Many people try to take on financial planning without help, but one the issues you run into is making decisions based on assumptions you have about retirement. These misbeliefs could cost you money at best and derail your retirement at worse. No one wants that to happen to them so clearing up these assumptions is our goal for this episode of the How Money Works podcast.
We understand how difficult this time can be for individuals and small business owners. The uncertainty of the coronavirus and what the ultimate impact on the economy will be has put a huge financial burden on everyone.
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the country, it’s getting more and more difficult to find someone not affected by this emotionally or financially.