How federal-government workers should approach their ‘shutdown debt’

After an historically long furlough for federal-government workers, paychecks are finally starting to hit bank accounts. Now, how do those same workers manage the debt built while out of work? Wealth Advisor Kent W. Schmidgall comments in this MarketWatch article that addresses that very question.

 

 

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Kent Schmidgall, CFP®

Wealth advisor Kent Schmidgall grew up in a family business environment, where he graduated from pulling weeds in the landscaping (and riding the factory cranes) as a child, to eventually becoming the Controller. After the family business sold in 2007, Kent decided to pursue other opportunities and served as a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual for five years. In 2013, he joined Buckingham as a Wealth Advisor, where he finds great pleasure in being able to deliver advice that’s in the best interest of his clients. He also enjoys being surrounded by others that share his passion for evidence-based investment planning.

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