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The 3 Questions You Need To Ask Your Financial Advisor
After 11 years of the longest bull market in United States History, it came to a sudden halt with a selloff that marked one of the steepest one-day falls since the stock market crash in October 1987. With an almost certain recession upon us, worry has escalated worldwide regarding the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) […]
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Account and Your IRAs
President Trump recently signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) into law. The CARES Act is to support individuals, businesses, hospitals, and specific industries impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the associated economic consequences. Woman’s Worth® Founder Jeannette Bajalia breaks down the CARES Act and explains how the special tax […]
Is It Too Late To Build an Emergency Fund?
Today, we are facing a unique global challenge that has resulted in the interruption of many paychecks and the uncertainty of reliable employment. The outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has put a stop to our normal routines, but it won’t stop the mortgage payment, utility bills, or any other expenses you may have. Emergency funds […]
It’s Not Just About Your Wealth, It’s About Your Health!
At Woman’s Worth® we have always believed that the most important factor in accumulating wealth is the maintenance of your health. Being a good steward of your health includes being mindful of your mental health, emotional health, in addition to your physical health. We know that times are stressful and uncertain right now and the […]
How to Invest During This Time of a Bear Market and Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Stocks were rising, GDP was growing, and the economy was booming. It was the longest bull market in United States history. But just like that it came to a sudden screeching halt, with a selloff that marked one of the steepest one-day fall since the stock market crash in October 1987. Escalating worry worldwide regarding […]
Why Bucket Planning?
Nowadays, people are living longer than ever, which can have a significant impact on the quality of your life and how you handle your money as you transition through the various stages of your retirement journey. Success in retirement is about much more than just the money. It’s a combination of managing risk and creating […]
The Impacts of Losing a Spouse Through Death or Divorce
Losing a spouse, whether through death or divorce, is a painful and difficult event that catches many retirees financially unprepared and unsure of where to turn. While it’s a tough discussion to have, the conversation must be addressed because there are critical financial implications of losing a spouse. According to the National Institute on Retirement […]
Be the CEO of Your Own Retirement
The great news is that Americans are living longer now than ever before, which means you have much longer retirements than you may have originally expected. I say it’s great news because that means you go sailing, or golfing or take longer trips around the world. That also means it’s important to remember that preparing […]