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Safe Money Strategies In Tough Times

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This episode originally aired on April 8, 2021.

The U.S. job market is experiencing a rebound, albeit an uneven one. It added twice as many jobs in March as in February, and the unemployment rate fell to 6%, the lowest since the pandemic began.

But that’s just one part of the story, as millions still struggle to find work, pay bills and keep a roof over their heads.

COVID has caused scores of Americans to reassess their finances, rethink retirement and wonder how to build, or rebuild, savings accounts.

Today on All Sides, personal financial advisor Jonathan Pond offers safe money strategies in tough times.

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