Your Morning Briefing – 27 March 2020

Dolphins March 27 2020

Hoping you can spot the dolphins playing in the stormy water today.  In times like this, it’s the little things that make a difference, like spotting dolphins swimming by during my morning walk.

Last night I hosted the first of what I hope will be the first of many valuable and informative webinars: “Successful Personal Cash Flow Strategies During Times of Uncertainty” and as the news keeps changing I will update and repeat it every Thursday night.  Feel free to register for my April 2nd webinar now.

As you know by now I have been sharing the New York Times Morning Briefing daily as well as other important updates for you to consider:

  • No Updates from NYS on the alerts page of their website about filing and payment deadlines
  • The C.A.R.E.S. Act is still pending and so are the many questions about filing for 2019 in light of proposed relief funds available.  We recommend that you sit tight and don’t emancipate your kids yet. Here’s a link to the NYT summary that I shared previously.
  • Thinking of, thanking, and wishing the best for those who are on the front lines, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You

And now on to the NYT morning briefing…

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