financial planning

4 ways to financially prepare for the unexpected

If coronvavirus and Colorado’s recent wildfire season have taught us anything: it's to expect the unexpected. It’s time to focus on a plan of action for when disaster strikes. Checking these four tasks off your preparedness list will help ensure that you and your loved ones are better equipped for a post-disaster environment.

Hitting the mark: Making and meeting financial savings goals at every stage of your legal career

One of the most popular resolutions, saving money, easily rivals those new workout routines everyone swears they’ll stick to. But what do you do when it’s October and your savings account has little to show for your January promise? Here, the experts at Maia Wealth lay out some fourth quarter savings strategies that are great for attorneys in particular.

What to do when unemployment benefits expire

The money from the CARES Act has provided a much-needed lifeline to the tens of millions of Americans who have found themselves unemployed due to COVID-19. While new additional aid may come as a result of the executive memorandum signed by the President earlier this month, it won’t be available indefinitely, which begs the question: What do you do when your unemployment benefits are drastically reduced or eliminated?