MU Extension specialists on coping with COVID-19's financial impact
- Published: Thursday, April 2, 2020
COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension faculty recently appeared on NBC affiliate KOMU-TV, Columbia, to talk about financial aspects of the COVID-19 crisis, which has hammered the stock market and shuttered countless businesses and workplaces. In these installments of KOMU's "COVID-19 Town Hall" series, they offer information on saving and investment strategies, safeguarding your finances, and where individuals, families and businesses can find help.
Breaking down the federal stimulus package
Marco Pantoja, extension instructor, personal financial planning
The stock market and your investments
Andrew Zumwalt, assistant extension professor and associate state specialist, personal financial planning
Protecting your family's finances
Graham McCaulley, assistant extension professor and state specialist, personal financial planning
Small business struggles and resources to help
Greg Tucker, state director, Missouri Small Business Development Centers
For more information
COVID-19 resources. MU Extension is providing resources and support for individuals, families, policymakers, educators, businesses and others as we navigate the rapidly evolving response to and impacts of COVID-19 in Missouri.
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