23 min

Financial Planning for the Great Resignation Financial Planning for Entrepreneurs and Tech Professionals

    • Entrepreneurship

The last few years have been awful in so many ways - we’re all well aware of that. But it’s also exposed us to a new environment to consider what is truly important in our lives. It’s forced a new perspective and we gain a new understanding.
This is one factor that has lead to the Great Resignation: the strange phenomenon that has more workers on the sideline and a great many switching jobs. But in this time of change, make sure to stay grounded and consider the impact on your finances both now and in the future.
In particular:
Priorities: Understand what is truly important to you now and in the future
Savings: How long can your savings support you if you are out of work or switching jobs?
Long-Term: Make sure to consider long-term effects of your current savings (or spending). You don’t want to short-change your future self.
Leaving a job?: Make sure to consider benefits both at your current and future employer.
Find out more about Mike athttps://www.mortonfinancialadvice.com/ ( https://www.mortonfinancialadvice.com) and connect athttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mwsmorton/ ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwsmorton/)

The last few years have been awful in so many ways - we’re all well aware of that. But it’s also exposed us to a new environment to consider what is truly important in our lives. It’s forced a new perspective and we gain a new understanding.
This is one factor that has lead to the Great Resignation: the strange phenomenon that has more workers on the sideline and a great many switching jobs. But in this time of change, make sure to stay grounded and consider the impact on your finances both now and in the future.
In particular:
Priorities: Understand what is truly important to you now and in the future
Savings: How long can your savings support you if you are out of work or switching jobs?
Long-Term: Make sure to consider long-term effects of your current savings (or spending). You don’t want to short-change your future self.
Leaving a job?: Make sure to consider benefits both at your current and future employer.
Find out more about Mike athttps://www.mortonfinancialadvice.com/ ( https://www.mortonfinancialadvice.com) and connect athttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mwsmorton/ ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwsmorton/)

23 min