If you found yourself unemployed/underemployed by COVID-19, the government has provided an estimated $260 billion in expanded unemployment insurance benefits.
The passage of the $2 trillion coronavirus pandemic stimulus package includes many tax and financial breaks for both individuals and businesses.
While we would all love a tax break now, maybe in the long term it would be better if we were to take advantage of this situation and clear out of some of those large gains.
The U.S. Department of Labor has released updated eligibility criteria for unemployment insurance programs to include people that have become unemployed as a direct result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Regularly adding to an account that’s designed for a long-term goal may cushion the emotional impact of market swings
While you may not have to take your required minimum distribution this year, you may still want to make a qualified Charitable Distribution from your IRA.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains that by the time you see big market moves, it’s too late to benefit. “If it’s in print, it’s in the price.”
Even if you feel that your portfolio needs adjusting, maintaining a firm grasp on your fundamental investment strategy can help you be more thoughtful about making any changes.