We are officially in crazy times.
For many of you, this is the first financial crisis you will have faced in your life time. For all of us, this is the first financial crisis in over a decade.
How do you manage your money through something like this?
You batten down the hatches as fast as you can and hold on for the ride.
It’s important to remember that today, you have the opportunity, to put all the pieces you need to make sure you survive this crisis financially.
In today’s show, I give you eight, PRACTICAL tips for things you should be doing TODAY to help you manage your way through this complicated time.
The important thing to remember is that you WILL come out on the other side of this. I want you to come out as financially healthy as possible and with confidence that you can (and did) take care of yourself.
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Last week’s show – “What to do when the stock market crashes” http://bit.ly/2IytVMw
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