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ASMP Webinar: Addressing Business Concerns Caused by Coronavirus

By April 3, 2020 April 6th, 2020 COVID-19, Strictly Business Blog, Webinars

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Wednesday, April 8 @ 3pmET

Join ASMP Executive Director Tom Kennedy and financial advisor, Michael Zurek, of Nichols Financial, for the upcoming webinar, Addressing Business Concerns Caused by Coronavirus.

During this webinar, Michael will discuss various resources for making ends meet during this pandemic, such as, cash value life insurance, deferred annuities, withdrawals/loans from retirement plans, credit cards and existing lines of credit, existing personal or employer disability insurance, personal savings/emergency funds, existing government relief, and leniency with landlords and creditors.

Michael will also discuss potential opportunities – updating bookkeeping, reviewing contracts, creating budgets, revisiting marketing initiatives – that may present themselves during the pandemic.

Bring your questions for the Q&A following the discussion.

Meet Guest Presenter Michael Zurek

Michael Zurek is part of the team at Nichols Financial, a financial planning and investment advisory firm based in Metro-Detroit that specializes in helping business owners, women, and families articulate and achieve their financial goals. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Counseling from Johnson University and his Master of Science in Personal Financial Planning from Kansas State University. He is currently completing the requirements for the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation. Michael enjoys reading, sports, golf, and fitness. He and his wife, Alli, and two children live near Milford in Highland, Michigan. Michigan serves as the Vice-Chair on the Downtown Development Authority Board in Highland. More information about the Nichols Financial practice can be found at www.erictnichols.com.

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