Posts filed under: Risk Planning

  • how to cope with forced retirement
Coping With an Unexpected or Forced Retirement For some, it begins with a conversation with a boss who seems unusually cheerful as he or she highlights the benefits of leaving the company now. For others, it’s the culmination of months...
  • Minimize the risk of your financial information falling into the wrong hands. Here are seven clever ways to keep your information and your money safe...
Safeguarding your personal financial information is more important than ever. Every day we hear about new risks and new ways our personal financial information can be compromised. So, more than ever we all need to know the basic ways to...
  • emergency planning for solopreneurs
Emergency Planning. It’s not all about bunkers, canned food and the zombie apocalypse. Emergency planning also means considering a number of what if scenarios and applying them to your own situation, especially if you’re a solopreneur. Not sure what I...
  • 5 risks to your financial well-being
Assessing your vulnerability to risk is a relatively quick and simple process. Determining how to build resilience into your lifestyle so you can either reduce the risk or lessen its impact, is a little trickier. The topsy-turvy economy has got me...
As promised yesterday, here are a few of the simple changes I’ve made to my environment in an effort to increase my resilience and lower my exposure to risk. The most important goals for me are to ensure that my...