Financial success depends on doing little things consistently over time that get you to where you want to be. Sometimes it’s the little habits that hold us back and keep us broke. These are the most common.
- Tracking expenses is vital for knowing what goes in and out of your account. Who are you giving your money to each month?
- “Unexpected expenses” often arrives to us via snail mail. Not checking your mail regularly could result in fees and negative reports to credit.
- Setting real goals is how you turn dreams into reality. Your goals need to say what, how, and when.
- Planning provides a foundation for making sure goals get achieved. Whether you plan weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly; planning is essential for your progress.
What habits have you changed in order to achieve your financial goals?