Despite a massive “second wave” of COVID-19 cases in the 4th quarter, the stock market finished the year at an all-time high as vaccines began to be distributed globally.
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Stephen: Welcome back and thanks for tuning in to another episode of the smart money show. Today we’re going to talk about the things that should be on your year-end Financial checklist.
Young adults and those making less money are hardest hit by the pandemic. The United States Census Bureau has been collecting data in as close to real-time as possible in order to provide empirical insights into how Americans are really doing during COVID-19.
Stephen: If you’re wondering what will happen to the stock market and the economy if there is a contested election or the implications of a president that just contracted COVID-19 then you’re going to want to watch the rest of this video.
As the parent of a child with special needs, you will face many of the same obstacles that other parents face, plus you’ll cope with some unique challenges as well.
Some costs could rise, fall, or even disappear. Whether your retirement is near or far away, one thing is for certain, your future will differ from your present.
At a time when your career is reaching a peak and you are looking ahead to your retirement, you may find yourself as part of the ‘sandwich generation’.
Stephen: If you want to know what’s going on with the stock market and why it’s recovered so swiftly from the COVID-19 pandemic, then you’re going to want to watch the rest of this video.