During economic downturns, the scammers come out in droves preying on their victims. In this episode, Stephanie shares some of the latest scams to be aware of, how to protect yourself, and what to do if you’re affected.
The Treasury Department has delayed the tax-filing deadline for 2019 to July 15th. If you file an extension (October 15th), your tax bill is still due on July 15th! Also, self-employed 1st and 2nd estimated quarterly taxes are due July 15th. With this being the case, you still have time to take advantage of a few tax-savings opportunities if you are eligible.
The Coronavirus Pandemic has likely changed our economy forever. How should you be positioning yourself and your money for the “new economy”? In this episode, Stephanie shares her thoughts on what we might see going forward, and 7 midlife money moves for the new economy.
In this episode, Stephanie walks through the stages of a mindset shift during an economic downturn and shares 8 ways that you can keep a positive mindset during tough times.
In this episode, Stephanie shares tips to help you create boundaries, balance, and become more productive when working from home.
In this episode, Stephanie shares an update on the recent job losses caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, and what might change about work in the future. Learn what you can do if you have lost your job, or if having this “work at home” time has made you reflect on your current career and work situation. Also, Stephanie shares her personal story of when she was forced to leave her corporate management position during the last recession and what she learned from this experience.