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One of the best ways to plan for the future is by confronting your fears, says a financial planner.
Think about the worst-case scenarios for your money during the coronavirus pandemic — and beyond — and how each might impact your household. You can do it in less than an hour.
It’s tough to confront the what-ifs, but when you develop a playbook, you realize how much you still have control over.
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America is in a severe state of economic, social, and political unrest. 

If you’re especially worried about your money and what threats the future could bring, you’re not alone.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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