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How the Pandemic Will Change the Way We Manage Money Forever
When the financial fallout from the pandemic hit home for her last March, Meghan Fernandes was terrified. The 29-year-old mother of three lost both her jobs—first, her position as general manager of an ice-skating rink near her home in Little Falls, New Jersey, then her part-time gig as a furniture sales rep—which cut her family’s income by a third.
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