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7 Personal Finance Tips to Prepare for the Coronavirus Economic Fallout

Debt.com Logo By Deb Hipp of Debt.com | Slide 1 of 8: Just this week, a potential client of mine postponed a phone interview because they had to cancel a huge conference due to coronavirus concerns. I’ve also watched colleagues lose freelance clients due to COVID-19 budget concerns. Just this morning, I heard of a company forced to lay off one-third of its workforce for the same reason. Even though stock market plunges dominate the news nowadays, you’ve probably seen signs of impending economic troubles within your own circle of friends and peers. We all hope the economic impact from COVID-19 will be minimal and short-lived, but what if it isn’t? Will you be okay financially? Click or swipe to learn 7 tips for injecting a booster shot to your money management practices. Want to keep up with more financial news? Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

7 Personal Finance Tips to Prepare for the Coronavirus Economic Fallout

Just this week, a potential client of mine postponed a phone interview because they had to cancel a huge conference due to coronavirus concerns. I’ve also watched colleagues lose freelance clients due to COVID-19 budget concerns. Just this morning, I heard of a company forced to lay off one-third of its workforce for the same reason.

Even though stock market plunges dominate the news nowadays, you’ve probably seen signs of impending economic troubles within your own circle of friends and peers. We all hope the economic impact from COVID-19 will be minimal and short-lived, but what if it isn’t? Will you be okay financially?

Click or swipe to learn 7 tips for injecting a booster shot to your money management practices.

Want to keep up with more financial news? Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

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