Non-financial planning for financial hardship

This week adds four more strategies that are as much about people as about money.

1. Build a good support team before you need one. In the middle of a financial trauma isn’t a good time to find professionals you can trust. This is best done when you are not under pressure and can take the time you need to research, interview, and analyze options. Professionals you need to vet and have on call could include an attorney, accountant, doctor, therapist, financial planner, insurance broker, bookkeeper, and banker.

2. Keep your career skills up to date

Read the complete article here:  Rick Kahler: Non-financial planning for financial hardship | Financial Awakenings.

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