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Covid-19 Updates

Chambers Financial Group

Wealth Management in Largo


Our office policies regarding COVID-19


May 27, 2020 - We want to share information about the steps we have taken to minimize any potential impact to our clients because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and maximize our efforts to keep our team and clients safe. This event, first and foremost, has all of us focused on the safety and health of our families, friends, and clients. We are closely monitoring the rapidly changing data and facts associated with COVID-19 and the impact it is having both locally and around the world. We want to assure all of you that we have a Business Continuity Plan in place to minimize any possible disruption to our firm and our ability to service our clients. We are prepared to continue the high level of service you expect from us.


We love seeing all of you in the office, however we understand if under the current circumstances, you would prefer to have any upcoming appointments conducted over the phone instead. Please just let us know. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out. We wish everyone good health as we all work to get through this challenging time.

Better Times are Coming

Better Times Are Coming An open letter to our clients and friends - May 25, 2020 “Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald The economic struggles in our country are among the worst we’ve ever seen. In April, a record 20 million people lost their jobs, and 36 million people have filed for unemployment since the COVID-19 pandemic struck in mid-March. Record drops in consumer confidence, manufacturing, and spending are all adding to the immediate economic fallout. Specific industries have been devastated, with names like J.C. Penney, J.Crew, and Neiman Marcus filing for bankruptcy. Clothing sales are down 89%, furniture sales down 66%, and restaurant sales down 49% from this time last year, according to the United States Census Bureau.

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