Even in the best of times figuring out the right formula for managing your personal or business finances is a challenge. Now with the dual whammy of COVID-19 and an associated economic recession, it is even more complicated. What mistakes are crucial to avoid? When is the right time to really hunker down? Where can you cut spending and where should you invest?
Learn more now on this episode of Can Do.
Joining us today on Can Do are three veterans of the world of investment, banking, and small business finance to share their experiences and advice:
- Bob Siedenschwartz, a founder and investment advisor at SG Long Financial
- Barb Rigg, Manager of Commercial Loan Department at First Security Bank
- Christine Littig, COVID-19 Business Specialist at the Missoula Small Business Development Center. She is also the former owner of the award-winning Red Bird Restaurant and Bernice’s Bakery.
This is Can Do, a podcast that explores the business lessons essential for success in these volatile times. Can Do shares the insights of industry experts along with the experiences and advice of local businessmen and businesswomen. Whether you’re a business owner, an entrepreneur, or your career is affected by the current economic climate, these lessons will give you the guidance you need to make informed decisions about your future. I’m your host, Arnie Sherman.
Support for this episode of Can Do is provided by the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, dedicated to investing in people to improve the quality of their lives.
Additional support comes from the Greater Montana Foundation, encouraging communication on issues, trends and values of importance to Montanans.
And Parsons Behle and Latimer, a regional law firm with national expertise, representing the interests of Montana entrepreneurs and businesses. More information at parsonsbehle.com.