by Joseph Davis, EA, CDFA® | May 20, 2020 | Financial Independence, Investing, Real Estate
Throughout the past two and a half months I have continued to ask myself, did we jump off a financial cliff? The answer was no. How did I know? The answer, while somewhat complex, is profoundly simple.
by Joseph Davis, EA, CDFA® | May 5, 2020 | CDFA, divorce, divorce finance, divorce settlement
The emotional upheaval of a divorce is no time to be learning money basics and selecting professional advisors. Preparing now isn’t cynical – it’s smart.
by Joseph Davis, EA, CDFA® | Apr 21, 2020 | COVID-19
Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), private-sector companies with fewer than 500 employees and certain public employers must pay qualifying employees up to two weeks, or 80 hours, of emergency paid sick leave.
by Joseph Davis, EA, CDFA® | Apr 13, 2020 | Investments
Looking back at the history of stock markets, a correction should be no surprise. If you stay in the market long enough, you will most likely see more. For long-term investors, these corrections can be an opportunity to make additional investments at reduced prices.
by Joseph Davis, EA, CDFA® | Apr 9, 2020 | CARES Act, Financial Literacy
Federal student loan and interest payments are automatically deferred until September 30. For individuals who qualify for student loan forgiveness, these skipped payments will count toward their 120 required payments.