Staying connected in uncertain times
Access relevant education and support during this unprecedented time. This includes weekly market commentary, legislative updates and educational resources.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was created to add some relief to the burden caused by the global health pandemic.
A recent Executive Order issued by Governor Cuomo, together with recent amendments to the insurance and banking regulations issued by the New York State Department of Financial Services, extend grace periods and give you other rights under your life insurance policy if you can demonstrate financial hardship as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Please access this link for more information.
For United States Life Insurance Company policyholders, please access this link for more information specific to your policies.
During this time of uncertainty, AIG is committed to protecting the health and safety of its colleagues, clients, policyholders, business partners and other stakeholders. As we support those who are impacted, you may experience longer than normal call wait times.
It’s now easier than ever to get one-on-one financial counseling. While on-site visits are on hold for the time being, we have the resources to meet with you virtually – by phone, FaceTime or Webex.
When the markets begin to slide, one of the first things people are often tempted to do is check their retirement account balance. After all, for many Americans, that’s where most of our wealth sits. But how we react to what we see can greatly affect that account balance in the future.
As we continue to manage through these uncertain times, it’s important to know that resources are available to help you through the rough spots. If you’re experiencing financial stress or concerns, like many are these days, you may be thinking about taking some cash from your retirement plan. Before you do that, there are things for you to consider.