We’re Maintaining Business As Usual In Response to COVID-19

As we’re all managing social distancing and non-essential business closures that will be in place for at least until the end of this month, each of us at WR Wealth Planners is wholly committed to maintaining business as usual.  

We’re working remotely, following federal and state guidelines, and still operating at full capacity. Nothing, except our ability to meet in person, has changed. We are continuing to leverage video conferencing, emails, and phone calls as our primary methods of communication to ensure we’re available and to enable us to work as hard as ever to maintain and maximize what we’ve established together. 

COVID-19 has certainly changed how and where we work, but it hasn’t changed how we steward your wealth. We’re continuing to operate as though nothing has changed—and for the most part, nothing has. 

We know this is a challenging and uncertain time, but now is when we need to stay the course more than ever. Know that your financial lives remain our highest priority and that your plan is still the benchmark for our recommendations with your money.  Just as we have during any prior turbulent period, we are proactively assessing the economic landscapes and markets to ensure we are serving you with the most appropriate advice and recommendations suited to your unique circumstances and goals.  

 If there is anything you require of us during this time, please do not hesitate to let us know. Whether you need advice or support, have questions about the financial impacts of COVID-19, or want to talk through your concerns, we’re here. Please email us or call either our Pittsburgh office at 412-781-7100 or Greensburg at 724-836-7001 to be directed to a member of our team.

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