Here is a simple and to the point post for today regarding your financial health. I love talking about this subject as I have had my moments of struggle and still do by times but not like the past.
1. LIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS
– Spend less than what you earn. Never overextend yourself financially because getting out of that hole will not be easy.
– Learn how to control spending in order to effectively manage your debt and live in good financial health.
2. PUT MONEY AWAY
– It’s important to establish a habit of saving consistently. You should have long-term savings, savings for retirement, and an emergency fund.
– Always maintain funds for an emergency, such as medical bills, car repairs, or dealing with the loss of employment.
3. ELIMINATE RELIANCE ON CREDIT
– Some types of debt are worse than others. You may not be able to avoid student loans or medical bills, but you can avoid depending on credit to survive.
– Avoid accruing any debt that you cannot reasonably pay off quickly.
4. INVEST REGULARLY
– Create an investing plan that you can stick to.
– Your goal should be to eventually have your investments working to support you.
– Wise investments can go a long way in preparing you for retirement and helping you achieve the standard of living that you desire.
5. MAINTAIN A FINANCIAL PLAN
– Planning is essential to getting where you want to go.
– Your plan may change over time, and this is fine, as long as you have a basic idea of where you’re heading.
– Your financial plan will help you stay in good financial health by helping you prepare for the future.
I hope you have enjoyed this short post regarding your financial health and a strategy to get you thinking about your current financial position. Please take a moment to do one of two things – either signup to my email list, you will find the form to your right “or” go to my facebook page and like the page – here is the link – Click Here …….. Of course you could do both if you like. 🙂