For the most part there are two types of financial situations people are in a year after the pandemic started. Some people worked from home and cut expenses and were able to save a lot of money. Other people had to spend their savings and visit food banks and take out loans. Both groups are now in this situation where it's not crazy to think about life after the pandemic and what that means for their finances. So what questions should people be asking moving forward? What questions were people in both groups asking about their finances during the pandemic? And how should you view your money in a world where COVID is no longer the driving force behind big decisions? Andrew Rosen, President of Diversified Lifelong Advisors joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to talk about what he saw during the last 12 months and how to think about financial planning after the most disruptive year in most of our lifetimes.
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