Mother Nature has spoken, and she’s not holding back. With Hurricane Hilary hitting the West Coast, wildfires across Canada, and recent devastation on the island of Maui, the news this week reminds us of the urgent need to prepare for the worst.

These types of events are stark illustrations of why planning for the big unknown is more than just good financial practice; it’s a necessity. Having a strategy designed with turbulence in mind can make all the difference when the unexpected occurs. By sticking to our plan and avoiding knee-jerk reactions, you’re positioned to endure the strain and weather many of life’s storms.

Don’t be caught unprepared or unaware. The following articles curated from the headlines this week offer expert insights, tips on resilience, and actionable steps to protect your family and your future. As always, I’m here for any questions you may have. Take care out there!

Taking The Stress Out Of Financial Planning

How to Prepare Your Phone and Other Tech for a Natural Disaster

Timeless Advice From Ben Franklin That Can Help Investors Succeed

Three-Quarters Of 50+ Adults Worry Social Security Will Dry Up. Are They Right?

High Gas Prices Aren’t Going Away — Here’s a Look at the Latest Trends in the Global Energy Industry

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