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Retirement Tutorials

Short videos to help you adjust to the current economic environment

Estimated Time: 15 minutes per video

Our online tutorials provide you with step-by-step financial guidance while explaining how you can navigate economic or market events to realize the best possible outcomes for you and your family.   

Our tutorials cover the following topics:

  • Getting Your Retirement Back on Track
  • Work furloughs
  • Lay offs
  • Forced retirements

Learn more about each tutorial below.

4 Things You Can do Right Now to get Your Retirement Back on Track

It may seem counter intuitive, but now’s the time to be proactive and think ahead. How so? Right now might be a good time to reassess your financial plan and even look for investment opportunities. Those are just two of the things Allworth Financial’s Co-Founder Scott Hanson suggests you consider doing right now to get your retirement back on track in the face of coronavirus market and economic uncertainty.

Navigating a Furlough in the Era of Coronavirus

While a furlough is stressful, ideally, you’ll be returning to work soon. If you’ve been furloughed, depending on your unique situation, there are several things you can do to protect your finances and your retirement plans. Watch our co-founder Scott Hanson explain the steps you should take right now to make the best of a difficult situation.

Navigating a Forced Retirement or Pandemic Layoff

Obviously, a forced or unplanned retirement ranks near the top of the most stressful things you can experience. First, please know that you are not alone, nor are you at fault. If you’ve been forced to retire, while it’s understandable to want to take a step back and absorb what has happened, you need to act fast to protect your finances and your plans for retirement. Watch our co-founder Scott Hanson explain the steps you should take to navigate this difficult situation.

Navigating Financial Shocks

This is an in-depth look at how the markets have historically reacted under similar circumstances, how long the bear markets have lasted, and even the steps you should consider taking right now – particularly for those of you who are either retired or nearing retirement.