The Pandemic and Financial Readiness

Presented on: March 10th at 12:00 PM EST



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A pandemic is one example of an unexpected event with potential to derail our financial progress. Whether it's a pandemic which affects the broader population, or an unforeseen life event impacting only you and your immediate family, successfully weathering the storms of life will be the result of preparation. Our presenter will share his personal journey toward minimalism which he embarked on in 2019. He has made significant progress toward reshaping his business and personal life to achieve greater simplicity. As a result of the changes, he is better prepared to navigate uncertain times. The simplification work done over the past two years positioned him well to manage through the pandemic.

About Our Speaker
Jim Rollo '84 is president of Jim Rollo Insurance and Financial Services, Inc., which he founded in 2007. Prior to starting his company, Rollo served as vice president and general manager Latin America for Avery Dennison Corporation. He is a graduate of the School of Management and The American College of Financial Services. Rollo has served on the Binghamton University Alumni Association Board of Directors and served as president of the Broome County Arts Council. He is the author of the book Happy Homeowner, Seven Simple Secrets to Dreams that Last a Lifetime, or Two. He and his wife, Adriana, reside in Vestal.