Setting Your Goals
Whether long-term or short term, planning your future involves setting goals. Goals, as they pertain to your finances, include determining how much you want to save for retirement, how much you'd like to save every month and how much you plan to invest.
It does not matter what age you start your financial planning, as long as you start! Setting goals will help you to remain focused on what it is that you desire to do in life.
It is extremely important to start your FINANCIAL PLAN. How and when you start planning for your financial future will ultimately determine how soon you will be able to reach your goals.
- Do you want to get out of debt?
- Do you want to save more money?
- Do you want to spend more valuable time with your children or grandchildren?
- Do you want to leave a legacy?
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Finding Confidence In Your Finances
When you are better able to manage your resources, you will become more successful in planning your financial future. Although you will find that you have more confidence in your ability to manage your money, managing money is not a simple task. It is important, however, for the growth of your financial future. There is very little that we can do without money. We run in to problems though when we start worshipping our money. God tells us that we are to love him and not our money. We can not have two masters- either we will love the one and hate the other.
Matthew 6: 24 (KJV), " No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon."