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    Financial Goals For 2019

    Financial Goals 2019

    If the new year has you inspired to pay off debt and get a bit more money in the bank then it’s time to take action. Here’s how to achieve your financial goals for 2019.

    Schedule An Appointment With A Financial Advisor

    Working with a financial advisor is one of the fastest ways to achieve your financial goals. Most of us go it alone, often making some key financial mistakes along the way. A skilled advisor will assess your debt, income, short-term and long-term goals and will help you to create strategies for saving, improving your credit, eliminating debt when to buy a home, and more!

    Make More Money

    Oddly enough, making more money is not a common financial goal. Too often we get set in a mindset that our income is limited, closing ourselves off to additional ways to earn. Ask for a raise, freelance, sell household items you no longer use, take up odd jobs, or look for a job that pays a higher wage. There are always more ways to earn.

    Spend Less Money

    Your financial advisor will help you create a new budget with the goal of spending less money. Don’t worry though, as there are some easy ways to cut your spending. This might include moving into a less expensive home, finding more competitive utility and electronics plans, eating out less often, and spending more on higher quality items that will last longer.

    These are the first and all-important steps toward achieving your financial goals!

  • Disconnected From Your Money

    Are You Disconnected From Your Money?

    While most people’s initial response is “of course not” the fact of the matter is that we are more disconnected from our money than any generation in history. Here are just…

  • 3 Different Types Of The Fire Method
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    The 3 Different Types Of The Fire Method 

    The FIRE Method, short for financial independence, retire early, continues to generate buzz and grow in adoption. It’s a means of rethinking the way you live, spend and save—with the goal of retiring in…

  • Teach Your Kids About Money

    How To Teach Your Kids About Money

    Most of us carry the lessons we learn from our parents about money into adulthood. This means that as a parent you want to build a healthy foundation for your kids.…

  • Where Is Your Money Really Going
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    Where Is Your Money Really Going?

    You know where your money goes each month, right? Surprisingly that is not the case for most of us. Here’s how to determine where your money is really going. It’s Time…

  • Money Won't Make You Happy

    Why More Money Won’t Make You Happy

    It’s a common misconception but if you are making enough to live comfortably, usually somewhere between $40,000 and $80,000 per year depending on where you live and how many people you…

  • Spending Too Much On Electronics?
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    Are You Spending Too Much On Electronics?

    Most of us require multiple electronic devices for work and personal convenience and fun. While our electronics create multiple time and cost-saving efficiencies the average person spends too much on electronics.…