Financial Keys to Help Weather Coronavirus Crisis

From tips to help reduce pressure on your income to thoughtful ways to support your community, here are four things you can do to get through this crisis.

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This is an unusual time we live in. One year ago, it would have been inconceivable to suggest that Americans would soon be hoarding food, shuttering businesses, and practicing social distancing. Stock markets around the world have taken a hit, and supply chains have been disrupted due to fears of the coronavirus pandemic. This highlights how the economy is held in a fragile balance that is dependent on all our collective habits.

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Matthew Stratman
Financial Adviser, Western International Securities

Matt Stratman is a financial adviser at Western International Securities in Southern California. His focus is helping business owners and entrepreneurs who are planning for retirement. With a strong, client-centered approach he creates personalized investment strategies to help them reach their financial goals. Matt is extremely passionate about retirement planning, believing the better prepared a person is, the more fulfilling their retirement will be.