Are You Part of the “Gig” Economy? A Financial Advisor May Help with Your Challenges
Today, many more people are blazing their own entrepreneurial paths. Working as consultants, freelancers, and even pursuing several opportunities simultaneously to generate multiple income streams, the gig economy has changed the way people are working. This can leave gaps when it comes to financial planning.
A person working for themselves or working at several part-time opportunities generally does not have the benefit of an employer retirement plan such as a 401(k). A financial advisor can help identify ways in which you might save toward retirement.
If you own your own business, it’s important to plan for the unexpected. A financial advisor can help identify potential pitfalls and assist in planning for them.
Whatever your objectives, having a conversation with a financial advisor may help you to become savvy and informed to work toward a bright future ahead.
This information is provided for educational purposes only and not as specific advice for any individual.
Seek professional advice before taking any action in regard to your finances.
Todd A. Slingerland, CFP®
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