Getting a grasp on your personal finances is the foundation to building a successful financial future.
There is growing economic concern regarding lack of wealth and employment in the United States. Most people are living paycheck to paycheck, seeing salary
reduction, technology innovations replacing their jobs, the downsizing and outsourcing of jobs and much more. Knowing how to manage your money can reduce the
stress and anxiety associated with an uncertain economic landscape.
In this section you will learn:
- The importance of financial planning, time and growth of money
- The value of a personal budget
- The cost of procrastination
- The value of paying yourself first
- How to choose your financial planning team
- The automation of bill paying
- And much more
The section is designed to increase your overall probability of financial success.
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