The pandemic’s impact on jobs and incomes has been sharp and unprecedented. While many households have lost income, others are in the fortunate position of being fully employed and have also cut their spending, thanks to physical distancing. This tool shows how money saved during the pandemic can improve your financial situation over the short and long term, if put into savings or investments. Emphasize savings if your job situation is uncertain and consider investments if you’re financially secure.
Pandemic Power-Savings Tool
Pandemic Personal Finance
- Three things you can do right now to defend your family finances
- Bank deposits are something you do NOT need to worry about
- Why you should clean out your big-bank savings account
- How the cost of making your mortgage go away for six months could top $2,000
- How to get relief on car payments and free financial planning
- First-time home buyers with job security should get preapproved for a mortgage
- Retirement postponed, plus the coming second wave of money stress
- How to save $1,000 a month by working at home
- The mark of money success in the next 12 months will be how much you save
- A checklist of things you should have done by now to protect or improve your money situation
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