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Honing your job skills, keeping retirement on track, and more…

By: Kimberly Lankford

May 30, 2020

Laid off during the pandemic? Honing these skills can boost your job prospects

Advice from CNBC about key skills and strategies that can help you find a new job in this market — and can also help in your current career.

Here’s what to do when you are close to retirement and a global pandemic hits

Helpful advice from CNBC about what to do if you were planning to retire soon, featuring stories of people who are making these decisions right now.

Why many people really start businesses in retirement

NextAvenue shares stories of several people in their 60s and 70s who talk about why they decided to become self-employed after retirement.

11 tax tips for the unemployed during the COVID-19 pandemic

This Forbes article clearly explains several tax breaks for people who have lost their jobs, including how to make the most of special assistance from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

529 plans are good for more than college tuition

Financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz explains many extra ways you can use 529 money, in addition to college tuition.

Is a pandemic the right time to start a business? It just might be.

Inspiring article in the New York Times about successful entrepreneurs who started new businesses during previous financial crises.

Pandemic has increased money anxiety. Therapists hope to cure that.

Interesting New York Times article about how financial therapy, which grew after the 2008 downturn, can help people focus on their values and ease their financial anxiety during this difficult time.

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