Financial Friday Round-Up: October 26 – October 30, 2020
Welcome to the Financial Friday Round-Up, where we scour the web for the best things to read, watch, or listen to regarding finance every week. Check out the links below for a senior’s guide to life insurance, managing student loans during the pandemic, leadership tips for small businesses, and more.
Ideally, no one would approach old age without life insurance of some sort, but reality shows us that there are a lot of reasons one might not have a policy in place when they reach retirement. If you or a loved one has been wondering if it may be too late to get a policy, the answer is to get a needs analysis and use this helpful guide from Money to find out which policy may be the best one, if any is necessary at all.
COVID-19 has left many Americans with financial questions, and one of the areas most affected by the pandemic has been student loans. With federal loan payments suspended for months now, loan policies have gone through many changes this year — read this from Kiplinger for help on understanding the big picture.
This helpful round-up of advice from Business Insider is the perfect short read to start your day and motivate you to guide your team to success. Read this piece for wisdom about how to embrace change with enthusiasm, how to pivot to a new game plan, and how to be fearless in the face of transformation.
Olympic gold medalist Venus Williams knows a thing or two about pressure after playing tennis in the 1999 U.S. Open when she was only 19. Now, in this piece from Forbes, she has some words of inspiration for any small business owners who are facing uncertainty — “push through.” Read this for a burst of motivation from one of America’s greatest athletes.