Due to COVID-19, millions of Americans have filed for unemployment forcing early retirements for a lot people. Joining us today is Melanie Ross, CFP®, with NCA Financial Planners with some advice for those
who’ve been pushed out of the labor force earlier than expected.
1. Assess your financial situation
2. Make adjustments
3. Consider Social Security
4. Consult a professional
Aired 6/8/2020 WTAM AM 1100
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