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The holidays are inevitable. They’ll come regardless of what happens with the COVID-19 pandemic or political events, and—as usual—they’ll prove to be the most expensive time of year. Securing a good financial outlook in advance can help you enjoy a happier holiday season and a softer financial landing in 2021.
With so many distractions fighting for our attention, it’s the perfect environment for fraud and phishing schemes that let thieves thrive at our expense. In the midst of a pandemic, your financial well-being depends on your ability to remain vigilant and recognize signs that you’re being scammed.
Whether you’re feeling the stress of COVID-19 now or have been fortunate enough to not yet feel the impact, ensuring you’re ready for anything the future brings is still incredibly important. Learn how taking key steps now to develop a backup plan can help alleviate the stress that a sudden curveball could deal.
COVID-19 threatens not only our physical wellbeing and quality of life but also our financial health and sense of security. It should then come as no surprise that one of the groups hardest hit by this pandemic has been our veterans. With stocks down and unemployment on the rise, this demographic is facing significant financial losses—at a time when they may need it most.
Amassing wealth is a long game. It takes years of early saving and investing to make it happen, so there’s no such thing as starting too early or too small. Granted, when you’re first starting out in the real world and you’ve actually landed that professional job, it can be tempting to revel in your new-found buying power. Here are some smarter ways to save money that may work for you.