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Get Your Money! Get Your Life!
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5 Tips for starting the year on the right financial foot
This month, use the motivation of the new year to make sure your finances are organized and in tip-top shape.
1. Write down your financial goals and be very clear about what you want to accomplish. Yes, we all want millionaire status but for those of us who have to start somewhere here is the basic blueprint. What debt do I want to pay off, How much do I want to save, and will I be making a major asset purchase; such as purchasing a home, an investment property, or buying a business, etc.