The outbreak of the coronavirus has been an unprecedented event that has impacted almost all aspects of our life. And given the uncertainty of these times, you’ve probably got a lot of questions: What should you do if your income is impacted? How should you be allocating your finances? What if you can’t make a loan payment? What should business owners expect once the stay at home orders are lifted?

"Now is the time to have those discussions and really trust that your bank can help you," says Brent Cannon.

Financial Cents, is hosted by Brent Cannon, EVP, director of community banking at National Bank of Arizona. If you have questions or topics you’d like to hear discussed on a future episode, send them our way.





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