How to Save During a Recession

The American College of Financial Services
The Smart Wallet
November 16, 2020

When facing an economic downturn, advisors and clients oftentimes find themselves needing to work together to confront hard choices on spending and saving habits, dealing with debt, and planning for the future. In the current COVID-19 environment, uncertain realities have many Americans feeling anxious about money.

Matt Goren, Assistant Professor of Financial Planning, says the best approach when dealing with fluid financial situations is to be proactive in planning. Read more of his advice in this piece from The Smart Wallet.

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