Resources for an Unexpected Employment Change
If you’ve been laid off, furloughed or forced to retire, you’re in need of answers, guidance, and a step-by-step plan right now.
Our Unexpected Employment Change Suite delivers:
- An action list that helps protect your finances
- Guidance on what you should do first
- Ideas for getting the most support from your employer, the government and the CARES Act
- A free consultation with a financial advisor
The resources included in this this suite were created to support your unexpected employment change during this specific time in our history.
VIDEO & GUIDE: 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. For your convenience, you can also download our new guide.
VIDEO & GUIDE: 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. Take a few minutes and watch our co-founder Scott Hanson explain the steps you should take to navigate this difficult situation. For a more comprehensive road map, you can also download our new guide.
DOWNLOAD: 10 Interesting Facts You Need to Know About Bear Markets
This isn’t the first bear market, and it won’t be the last. But as a saver and investor, with history as a guide, here are 10 things to help you understand what we are dealing with and how long bear markets like this one have lasted in the past.
CONSULTATION: Free Consultation Appointment
When the pandemic hit, and companies began to either close physical offices, or lay people off, we decided one way we could help was by offering people over 50 an initial free phone or video consultation to assess their investment allocation, overall financial situation and retirement plan. During your free appointment, you’ll receive fiduciary guidance and recommendations from a credentialed Allworth advisor. This is an actual consultation, free of charge. You can use the information we provide to help improve your financial situation and to gain greater clarity and peace of mind.