By Paul S. McNulty, CFP®
Although 2020 is finally behind us, the coronavirus pandemic and its far-reaching implications still disrupts daily life across the globe. Resilient Americans have adjusted and adapted to these uncertain times, which unfortunately have begun to feel almost normal. However, there’s no end in sight to the increased stress you’re undoubtedly continuing to experience.
There’s still much to worry about: the off-and-on shutdowns and quarantines; job and business uncertainty; concern for our own health as well as those of our loved ones; apprehension about the markets and the economy. But we at Boston Metro Advisor believe there is one thing that should not be causing you to worry, and that’s your financial plan.
Reduce Your Worry With Preparation
The purpose of having a financial plan is so that you can experience confidence and be ready when chaos comes. Taking the intentional steps of examining your life situation, identifying your goals, and mapping out the path to address them brings confidence and gives you a financial future to look forward to.
If you aren’t sure if your plan is set up to withstand our current economic circumstances or you are wondering if you need to make any changes to weather this storm better, we are here to help you thrive.
Meet With Us Virtually!
In the midst of stressful circumstances, remember that you’re not alone. Our Boston Metro Advisor team is here to guide you through whatever lies ahead. In fact, you are our number-one priority right now.
We invite you to connect with us so we can answer your questions and address your concerns about your money, your goals, asset allocation, risk, what the markets are doing—whatever it is that’s causing you financial worry. Contact us for a complimentary consultation by calling (781) 995-0253 or email me directly at [email protected] today!
Paul McNulty is the founder of Boston Metro Advisor with over 20 years of experience helping people navigate the ups and downs of the economy toward the financial future they envision. His education consists of a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Rhode Island and the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) professional designation.
Paul’s experience and education have made him a multi-faceted professional capable of assisting people with virtually all their financial needs. His services include every facet of retirement planning, from 401(k) rollover services and income planning to wealth management and estate planning. Paul has been active in his community over the years as a youth sports coach. When he’s not spending time with his wife, Cindy, and their two children, who are both recent college graduates, Paul enjoys reading, playing golf, and fishing. Learn more about Paul by connecting with him on LinkedIn.
The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual.