You probably know someone who has lost their job as a result of downsizing.

The script is always the same.

They didn’t realize it was coming, or at a minimum, they thought they were safe from the cut.

They went to work on a Friday morning and came home on a Friday afternoon with a cardboard box full of their personal items and a folder containing their “package.”

In many ways, your situation is just like everyone else who is dealing with the threat or the reality of job loss. You expected to work another decade at least, right? More time at your job was going to give you the ability to recover from recent hits to your finances and your retirement fund.

The only plan you’ve ever had if you were fired or laid off was to get another job. That was your Plan A.

But to the extent the economy improves and job opportunities arise, it’s the younger workers who will work for less salary and fewer benefits who get the positions. You realize you can’t recover.  And you don’t have a Plan B.

However, while you’re still employed you have options and you don’t have to leave your job to exercise them.

Don’t sit back and just accept your circumstances. You have more control over your situation than you think. Making some minor changes in your life right now can greatly affect the outcome of your inevitable job loss or retirement.

Making a plan that you control will make your stress level go down. Your attitude will be positive because you’re being proactive. There are proven ways to reduce expenses and make more money.

There are people doing it right now and they’re still committed to their corporate job.

You have the power to give yourself some peace of mind. You and your family will not only weather a job loss but has the ability and the potential to come out ahead.

We’re committed to helping you taking advantage of the resources and opportunities available to you right now. We’ll show you how to find them and use them.