Facing Financial Firsts in the Wake Of COVID-19

My, how times have changed, and many of those changes have hit millennials especially hard. To adapt financially, many are doing things differently now, and finding that their stock options and company stock can play a role.

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Many millennials are now faced with new realities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. With one in five recently put out of work, when it comes to finances there is a growing feeling of hopelessness for many.

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David Flores Wilson, CFP®, CFA
Managing Partner, Sincerus Advisory

David Flores Wilson, CFP®, CFA, CEPA is a Managing Partner at Sincerus Advisory, a Registered Investment Adviser providing holistic, fee-only financial planning and wealth management services to families and individuals in the New York Metro area and nationwide.