If you want 2017 to better financially than 2016 you really need to have a plan. It doesn’t have to be complicated, sometimes a simple plan works the best. A plan based on foundational aspects of money management can actually be easy to follow and requires only 6 steps.
If you have a desire to make 2017 better financially than 2016, a great place to start is to review what is working and not working in 2016. This will help you be more successful in 2017, especially if you had a few hiccups financially that proved challenging to overcome.
While you may not be ready to begin saving money during the holidays, the New Year is a great time to start once the hustle and bustle is over! To have the greatest success, it’s important to set practical goals you can achieve. FORUM can help you do this with our 52 Week Money Challenge. With this plan, you can save money incrementally throughout the year.
Financial success is best achieved with a team of experts and confidants who can help you navigate difficult decisions by providing valuable input and advice. The question is, who should be on this team? And are there temporary members of your team to consider?
There are several ways to achieve financial success – win the lottery, sell a company you started, marry into money – and yet for most of us the key to financial success will be mastering the basics of money management. Master these seven basic skills and you will be on your way.
Making poor financial choices is something that most everyone will make in their lifetime however, a few financial decision you might regret forever. There are a few financial mistakes that should be avoided because there is no easy way to remedy the situation if you make these mistakes.
Purchasing a home can be very exciting, but it can also come with some uncertainty. Before you jump into a contract and commitment, consider a few of these questions!
Whether it’s having hundreds of dollars in fees to pay or having thousands of dollars in credit card debt the strategies you use to deal with any type of financial crisis does make a difference to your long term financial well-being.