When it comes to managing the day-to-day operations of running a business, it can be all-consuming. However, it is vital that small business owners take the time needed to assess their organization’s future and in particular what happens after that hand over control of their business.
For men, there can be a certain amount of fear attached to the experience of going through a divorce. Not only does it take an emotional toll on you, but with the division of assets and the responsibility of alimony and child support that are often associated with a divorce
Studies continually show that those that have a financial plan are much more likely to pay bills on time than those who do not have a financial plan. It’s important for everyone to spend smarter and improve upon their wealth, which is why creating a financial plan that works for you is often a wise thing to do.
Going through a divorce can be an emotional time, where your life is consumed with uncertainty and more questions than answers. Scenarios may be running through your mind like what will this mean for my family, myself, and even my financial situation?
At A.G. Campbell Advisory, we believe that selecting a trusted and competent Financial Advisor is a critically important decision and there are questions you should ask and information you should obtain before you engage in a relationship.
Zandy and I wanted to take a moment to re-assure our clients that we remain fully functional and operational during this unique time for our world. Our company has had contingency plans in place for many years, and we are fully prepared to operate from our home offices for as long as is necessary.