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An Overview of the CARES Act

To be sure, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) is not a cure for the economy. The only long-term cure for the economy is to stop the virus, but the CARES Act will provide some much-needed relief to those most in need.

Recent Articles

Baker Boyer Client Q&A
03/31/2020

Baker Boyer asked clients to submit their questions regarding the impact of COVID-19 on investments, the economy, and financial planning. In this video, moderated by EVP Rob Blethen, John Cunnison (Chief Investment Officer) and Brian Bruggeman (Financial Planning Manager) answer the first round of these questions.

An Overview of the CARES Act
03/26/2020

To be sure, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) is not a cure for the economy. The only long-term cure for the economy is to stop the virus, but the CARES Act will provide some much-needed relief to those most in need.

Investing for a Bright Future
03/23/2020

In the short-term, requirements like social distancing and closing businesses where people gather will take their toll on our economy. However, these aggressive approaches, coupled with unprecedented action from the Federal Reserve and Congress, will ultimately help mitigate the effects of the pandemic on markets and the economy.

This Too Shall Pass
03/17/2020

In situations of extreme uncertainty, the immediate question becomes “What does this mean for me?”. Brian Bruggeman, Vice President and Financial Planning Manager for Baker Boyer, provides some insight into events in our country's history that were similar to the crisis we are facing now, their outcomes and the part we can play in determining those outcomes.