Moving Past the COVID Chaos: Tips for Your Insurance, Finances, and Business - June 24, 2020

June 24, 2020
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Today's Key Question:

Major illness leads people to be concerned about protecting their insurability.

They do not want a medical condition to make them ineligible for a life insurance policy. See the article below from Business Insider.

Are you concerned about this? Please let me know if you are.

"The rise of ‘squad shopping’"

From Vogue:

* For teens who miss shopping with friends, Elysa Kahn hopes to provide a solution. The former L’Oréal brand manager has launched a new social platform called Squadded Shopping Party that encourages users to shop online with people in their network. 


"How to Help Optimize Cash Flow During A Financial Downturn"

From American Express:

* From supply chain disruption to a dip in product demand to late customer payments, economic downturns can pose a series of cash flow challenges. To help your company manage the uncertainty, it may help to consider a strategic approach to strengthening your cash position by activating a host of tactics that balance reconfiguring existing agreements with exploring new technologies that streamline operations.


"5 Ways Good Leaders Can Digitally Disrupt"


* While there’s no crystal ball to tell the digital future, one thing is for certain: Digital disruption is only accelerating. Some industries have changed seemingly overnight with the introduction of new technological advances that are putting pressure on organizations to become more innovative, nimble and agile in their approach to doing business.


"I'm a financial planner, and I see 5 types of people who need life insurance most"

From Business insider:

* If certain illnesses, such as certain cancers (e.g. breast, ovarian, prostate) or medical conditions (hypertension, high cholesterol, or diabetes) are raised, I initiate a discussion about life insurance not only to address need, but also for the purposes of securing the client's "insurability," or ability to get and keep affordable insurance while they are healthy or haven't manifested any potential symptoms that may be indicative of such illnesses or conditions being inherited.

Here's a short video from Steve on how you can purchase insurance in these changing times....Watch Here