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Money Goals During COVID-19

May 11, 2020

Written by Rebecca Freeley

I just read this great article on NerdWallet about 5 things you can do with your money during the COVID-19 pandemic if you’re in a position to do so. Sadly, statistics are showing that only a quarter of the US population has been financially unaffected by this crisis. But, if you are one of those fortunate people, you may be able to make some smart choices. The author draws attention to lots of things that should, in theory, not be costing any (or much) money during quarantine: gas for your car, commuter passes, coffee shops, restaurants, gyms, etc. Although, if you’re like my family, you’ve been burning a ton of gas on long Saturday car rides to NOWHERE these past couple of months!

The article provides some advice on what to do with funds that would have been spent if not for social distancing. Take a read:

5 Money Goals If You’re Still Employed During COVID-19 ›