Segment 1 (4:28): We start today’s show with Steve Elwell, CFP and Partner-in-Chief Investment Officer, from Level Financial Advisors. Today’s subject is what your strategy should be while you are heading into retirement. Steve begins with discussing what a widow’s penalty is. Steve shares what it is and how it can affect your retirement. He shares some scenarios that you could be in and how to minimize the financial impact. Finally, hear how good financial advising can help with financial surprises like this. To learn more please visit HERE!
Segment 2 (20:30): Next we welcome local attorney Lindy Korn. Today we are talking about a case of a pregnant nurse who was fired for taking FMLA for parental leave in Pennsylvania. In April, she was told she was being laid off due to the pandemic. She claims the company kept less experienced male nurses to do her job and that she was terminated for her gender, pregnancy, and use of FMLA. Lindy gives her opinion of this case, gives us some strong facts, and lets us know what is currently going on with the case. Lindy also shares how this nurse was discriminated against before her leave as well. If you are facing discrimination, please contact her firm, The Law Offices of Lindy Korn, to see how they can help. You can contact them HERE!
Segment 3 (33:32): Then we are joined by Kevin Ferguson from Collette Tours where we will be discussing our Treasures of Europe Trip, from London to Rome, happening in October. First hear where we will be leaving and returning to, but you don’t have to worry about getting to the airport! Next hear about the tour guides and onboard hosts. Kevin then shares about the other excursions you can go on or the free time you can benefit from. Finally, Kevin gives a recap of the day by day for the trip. To learn more about how you can go on this amazing trip this October, please visit HERE!
Segment 4 (49:07): We wrap up the show with Mark O’Brien the Mental Health Commissioner of Erie County. First how this department has many resources and help for mental health. Mark first shares how the COVID-19 pandemic is affected so many people’s mental health. These range from anxiety, feeling lonely, depression, and isolation. Mark explains what are “normal” reactions to this situation and what is an “abnormal” reaction. Then hear how to find ways to cope, endure, and persevere. Finally, Mark shares the normal, healthy responses to the pandemic. To learn more about all of the resources available to you or a loved one, please visit HERE!