Only 25% of people include financial goals in their New Year’s resolutions (most are health related). Despite this, New Years is the perfect time to commit to becoming financially healthy. Financial stress can directly affect your health and well-being, so if you are concerned with getting healthy in the New Year, let’s add ‘become financially responsible’ to your list for this year.
Not everyone loves resolutions, but most people will admit that having clear, attainable goals make them feel good and make it more likely they will achieve them. To that end, let’s make your new financial goal achievable by putting it into four steps.
Fortress Financial Solutions founder Chris Black is an award-winning financial planner based in Toowoomba who specialises in superannuation, investing, business succession, cash flow management, retirement planning and personal insurances (including life insurance, income protection, total permanent disability and trauma insurance).
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This post references an article by Liz Frazier Peck on Forbes.com
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