Flexibility Series: The Need to Prepare for the Unexpected
by Kyle Mast, Clarity Financial LLC
It has been over a year and a half since I have written a post on this site, and I thought it would be good to give a slight update as I swing back into writing. It's been a unique year and a half for everyone, to say the least. March of 2020 saw the beginning of the COVID-19 and set into motion events and actions that we are all still very much dealing with today. On top of these events, many of us have had personal changes during the same period of time that have altered our lives in significant ways.
Getting Your Financial House In Order
“Why do I have all of these accounts again?”
Can you relate? You may reach this epiphany when you gather your tax documents, receive email notifications about your accounts from multiple financial institutions, or reach your limit on how scattered your financial life feels.
Stress Spending? Pause and Breathe.
This month, we're taking a break from real estate to talk about an emerging trend we felt needed addressing.
The past 18 months have probably been some of the weirdest and most stressful any of us have experienced, especially the younger generations.
Pandemic Lessons Learned
In March 2020, life as we knew it screeched to a halt. For a long time, people would say, "When life gets back to normal..." But I think now, over 15 months in, we know our lives will permanently be altered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some changes were good and some were bad. But as with all situations, we must reflect on what we've learned. I'd like to talk about how our values might have changed or solidified during the pandemic and what that means for our finances.
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