These days, chances are good that you will change jobs more than once in your career, if not several times. These job transitions can be a whirlwind, both exciting and daunting at the same time, and can present you with many financial choices that affect your current and future financial goals. Putting your financial situation in order and being organized going forward will help you get off to a great start at your new job, and ensure you’re still on track to reach your future goals! With all this in mind, here are some tips to help you navigate the transition.
Financial Planning’s Mission During Life Transitions
In Case You Missed It: Short Take – Emerging Market Blues
An article from TheNew York Times published earlier this month detailed some “bad news” related to emerging markets (EM) and spawned quite a bit of chatter among investors. Emerging markets have been in the news lately, in part because stock markets in those countries have been falling in recent months (for reasons we’ll discuss further), but also because of crises and disruptions occurring in a handful of specific countries. All of this prompted us to share this brief note on the topic – we hope you find it to be informative.
Yeske Buie in the Media: “Investing in 529s? Here is the Lesson Plan”
Last week, our team had the privilege of spending an evening with some of the wonderful people in our Yeske Buie community. We spent the evening together at the historic University Club of San Francisco and enjoyed insightful conversations, delightful appetizers and desserts, and the sharing of the team’s recent ah-ha moment that Yeske Buie is a love story. We look forward to sharing more about this story with all of our Yeske Buie community and in the meantime, we hope you enjoy this small gallery of photos from the event.
At Yeske Buie, our purpose is to empower people to pursue their Live Big® lives. And our greatest strength is our dedicated team of professionals, led by our two founders, who between them have over 70 years of combined experience practicing financial planning and leading the profession.