As the economy begins its recovery but the job losses keep coming, many are finding the need to be creative with their careers and their financial situation. Last week, I had the pleasure of spending some time chatting with fellow Garrett Planning Network member Sherrill St. Germain, CFP®. Sherrill’s built a financial planning practice in New Hampshire around helping people make career transitions without wreaking havoc on their finances.
Because so much financial information is needed right now for career changers and those between jobs, I want to highlight a fantastic series of blog posts that Sherrill did in June. In this series aptly titled Pink Slip Lemonade, Sherrill — along with some guest bloggers — cover a range of financial planning topics relevant to the laid-off and the employed-but-worried, highlighting strategies that enable families to survive — and even thrive — in these difficult times, as well as better weather future financial storms. Click here to read Pink Slip Lemonade.