The global pandemic has caused a huge shift in the job market. Jobs have been eliminated, either because they are ‘nonessential’ or due to other layoffs.
Growing up outside of Chicago, Kevin graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Finance and a focus on Entrepreneurship. During his senior year, he started his career in financial services working with one of the leading retirement plan service providers for government and public employees. He garnered a lot from this experience, and over time, decided to shift his focus towards financial planning. Today Kevin uses his retirement planning expertise to help young families and small business owners navigate important financial decisions to plan for their future.
In his free time Kevin enjoys traveling and going to the movies with his wife, Lisa. On the weekends you can find him hiking in the Santa Monica mountains or playing board games with family and friends.
For many married couples, filing a joint tax return is a good idea, but there are exceptions. Over 90% of married couples file a joint federal tax return, but it’s still a good idea to evaluate if filing jointly is the most advantageous option for your family.
As you start a family, your probably also going to start thinking more about certain financial matters. Things change when you have kids, so the right kind of planning can assist in making the transition less stressful down the road.