The coronavirus pandemic shook the financial lives of many. The stock markets took major tumbles, and unemployment claims reached the 40 million mark. Which is creating a lot of uncertainty. Financial planning during tumultuous times is always challenging. Adding to it, the COVID-19 situation and the instability of the current economy. Trying to figure out what to do for your personal financial health is even harder. Luckily, financial advisors can help you navigate these seemingly treacherous waters. However, you do need to make sure you ask the right questions, ensuring you get the information you need. If you are scheduling a meeting, here are five questions you should ask your financial advisor now.
Tamila McDonald is a U.S. Army veteran with 20 years of service, including five years as a military financial advisor. After retiring from the Army, she spent eight years as an AFCPE-certified personal financial advisor for wounded warriors and their families. Now she writes about personal finance and benefits programs for numerous financial websites.