Finding Your Financial Goals

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In the absence of clearly-defined goals, we become strangely loyal to performing daily trivia until ultimately we become enslaved by it. — Robert Heinlein

Have you ever felt trapped or enslaved by your own financial situation and/or spending habits? Anyone who’s had any financial hardships or made a later-regretted impulse buy knows what I’m talking about. “Why did I buy that when I know I really didn’t need it?” “Why do I always end up with not enough money at the end of the month?” “Will I ever get ahead financially without eventually ending up behind again?” Most of us have asked these kinds of questions to ourselves at one t


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One Response to Finding Your Financial Goals

  1. I think it’s also important to pace your self and set financial checkpoints to see how far or little you’ve progressed based on your original plans.

    I expect to save a certain amount every month and frequently check my Yodlee account aggregated page to see I stack up.


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