Worried About Losing Your Job? Take These Steps Now

Get an early start to make the most of an unsettling situation. Here’s where to start.

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The U.S. unemployment rate is gradually improving, but many workers understand that their jobs may not be safe. Instead of just hoping they hang on as the fallout from the pandemic worsens, it’s important to take steps now to secure another job or prepare financially for a job loss.

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Ian Clemens, CFA, CFP®
Associate Wealth Advisor, Brightworth

Ian Clemens is an Associate Wealth Adviser at Brightworth, where he works with a wide array of clients from corporate executives and business owners to retirees and entrepreneurs.  He has broad experience helping clients with retirement planning, tax planning, estate planning, insurance, charitable gifting and investments. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner.  He is also a CFA Charterholder and a member of the CFA Society of Atlanta.