Good Financial Read: Advice on Dealing with Uncertainty


    Advice on dealing with uncertainty

    Flexibility Series: The Need to Prepare for the Unexpected

    by Kyle Mast, Clarity Financial LLC

    It’s been over a year and a half since I posted a post on this page and I thought it would be good to give a little update while I get back to writing. It was a unique year and a half for everyone, to say the least. In March 2020, the COVID-19 began and set in motion events and actions that we are all still very much concerned with today. In addition to these events, many of us have experienced personal changes over the same period that have changed our lives in significant ways.

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    Bring order into your financial house

    by Dan Andrews, Fort Collins Financial Planning

    “Why do I have all these accounts again?”

    Can you understand You can achieve this disclosure as you gather your tax documents, receive email notifications about your accounts from multiple financial institutions, or reach your limits in terms of dispersing your financial life.

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    Stress spent? Pause and breathe.

    by Ella Taylor, Ella Finanzberatung

    This month we’re taking a break from the real estate industry to talk about an emerging trend that we felt was necessary.

    The past 18 months have been possibly the strangest and most stressful any of us, especially the younger generations.

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    Pandemic lessons learned

    by Ella Taylor, Ella Finanzberatung

    In March 2020, life as we knew it came to a standstill. For a long time people said, “When life gets back to normal …” But I think now, after over 15 months, we know that our lives will be permanently changed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Some changes were good and some were bad. But as in all situations, we need to reflect on what we have learned. I want to talk about how our values ​​might have changed or consolidated during the pandemic and what that means for our finances.

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