Five Steps To Reach Your Financial Goals

What are your financial goals? If you are like most people, you may have a general idea of what financial goals you’d like to achieve, but you haven’t taken the time to truly form a plan to achieve them. If you don’t know exactly what your financial goals are or how you’re going to attain them, it’s going to be quite difficult to achieve them. The obvious step is to form a plan to reach these goals. Here is one way to go about doing that:

Identify your financial goals

Write them down. One example of a financial goal might be to eliminate credit card debt. Whatever your financial goals are, take a day to list them so you know exactly what you want to achieve fina

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8 Responses to Five Steps To Reach Your Financial Goals

  1. A Marino says:

    I found this article to be a great reminder with practical steps to reach your goals. Ideas for goals were interesting and useful for all.

  2. Dy says:

    It’s a great affirmation of the things I started to do. Microsoft’s Windows Vista comes with notepad widgets that you can leave on your desktop. I write my financial goals there and it helps me press on.

  3. Mike says:

    Blogging about my finances and investments has been a great way to achieve my goals. Especially in 2005 when I bought 3 properties.

  4. Janine says:

    Most of my clients forget to review their goals periodically. Excellent point on number 5. This is where you get to pat yourself on the back for achieving what you set out to do or step up your activities so you can reach your benchmarks. This article was short, sweet and to the point. Good work!

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  7. Harrison says:

    I like the bonus step and I use it quite often to achieve my goal. The more you share with the world, the more confidence you will get and then the more action you will take eventually. This is one of the way to push me take action

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