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A number of recent surveys have projected that COVID-19 will significantly impact students’ college plans

Whether you’re an incoming freshman or the parent of one, it’s important to sit down with your family and decide what you’re all comfortable with doing. If the colleges you applied to offer an extension on committing, take that extra time to see if the coming weeks or months will provide a clearer vision of what this fall may look like.

“Yes, the markets do have their seasons, and that includes frequent storms. While we haven’t suffered an impactful market downturn in quite some time, we believe its better to be prepared for stormy weather than be surprised by it.” Amy Braun-Bostich, CEO and Private Wealth Advisor

To avoid making rash decisions in any market condition, consider working with a Financial Advisor

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Fall 2020: The Uncertainty Surrounding College Enrollment

While everyone does their best to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many companies have required their employees to work from home.

Working From Home? Consider Painting Your Office These Colors to Boost Productivity

While everyone does their best to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many companies have required their employees to work from home.

4 Things That Will Be More or Less Expensive After Coronavirus

COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of the economy. When President Donald Trump declared the virus a national emergency at the beginning of March, standards of living rapidly shifted: governors enacted stay-at-home orders, learning institutions closed and consumers suddenly faced unprecedented challenges. While the travel and tourism industry is seeing record lows, demand for staple foods and hygiene products has surged.

You Were Planning to Move. Then the Coronavirus Hit. Now What?

The coronavirus hit America hard and with little warning. If you were planning to move or buy a home anytime during the first half of 2020, it’s possible your plans were forced to change. Below we’re discussing how COVID-19 has forced a shift in the housing market and what this may mean for hopeful homebuyers.

Easy Ways to Save on Utility Bills During Social Distancing

With millions of Americans jobless or furloughed during the COVID-19 pandemic, s.many are experiencing a time of heightened financial distress. And in an effort to “flatten the curve” while the virus spreads around the globe, citizens everywhere are adhering to strict stay-at-home orders. For some, this may mean racking up higher utility bills than usual – lights, water, internet, and the like. As you remain at home and maintain a safe social distance from others, here are eight ways you can help save on your utility bills in the coming months.  

4 Tips to Increase Your Family Cash Flow

Cash flow is an important part of managing a budget that many people often fail to incorporate. All too often families will tend to live beyond their means with more money going out on a monthly basis than they have coming in. By increasing your cash flow, you can tackle debt, stop living paycheck to paycheck, be ready for emergencies, and save for future purchases and goals. To help increase your family’s cash flow try following the four tips below.

Looking to let the sun shine on your financial life and save for those rainy days?

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Braun-Bostich & Associates Inc. a registered investment advisor. This information is being provided only as a general source of information and is not intended to be used as a primary basis for investment decisions, nor should it be construed as advice designed to meet the particular needs of an individual investor. Please seek the advice of your advisor regarding your particular financial concerns. While the information is believed to be accurate, distribution of this material should not be considered an endorsement of any particular investment strategy, product or service described therein.