Preparing your finances for the next president

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) - Today's presidential election has many people concerned about their financial future and retirement funds.

While some financial advisors are recommending a conservative approach to money management in the next few weeks – other say, there is no need to worry.

According to Rick Kahler, President of Kahler Financial Group, whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is elected president today it won't affect your money.

Kahler says the president doesn't run the economy.

There may be a short-term effect, but, long–term, your investments should not be impacted.

So if you're worried about what could happen to your retirement in regards to the election, Kahler says, it's time to relax.