I hope this finds you and your family healthy and well! First, we would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to anyone and their family that has been directly affected by COVID-19. Several members of the Eastwood Wealth family have battled the virus and thankfully everyone has recovered as far as we know. Please continue to stay vigilant. In the most abnormal of years, the spirit of our Annual Letter has again tried to capture three of the most important aspects of life: where we have been, where we are at and where we are going. Please enjoy!
Dear Eastwood Wealth Family,
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Some life transitions, such as a career change or marriage, are planned, but a job loss or divorce can be sudden and unexpected. One common thread that accompanies all transitions, however, is the concern about whether there will be enough money to maintain your lifestyle. The timing involved with the unpredictability of certain life events is often the main cause of anxiety over personal finances.