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Define Your Goals
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As you wander your way through life, you will come to realize that life is a series of choices. You will be required to make millions of choices in your lifetime. As you make these choices, you should gather as much information as possible, to assist you in making the best decision. Some decisions require a fair amount of research. These decisions can cause friction and stress, especially if you have a spouse. We have been using the KISS method - Keep It Simple Stupid - as much as possible, and it seems to work quite well.
In this website we try to help you deal with the financial decisions you are going to have to make.
You can eliminate some major decisions by setting long term goals regarding your financial future. It's not as difficult as it sounds, because you don't have to plan your whole financial life at once. At the start, you have to set out your major goals. Knowing these goals will help you make the smaller decisions along the way. With some good planning, and good luck, you should be able to eliminate the majority of your financial decisions. The fewer the decisions you have to make, the happier you will be.
Not all your goals will be set in stone, and your priorities may change over the years. However, having goals and re-examining them occasionally is a basic part of the plan towards financial freedom. Your goals should include:
Tip: We know we are
repeating ourselves, but these are very important:
Your financial plan should include the following steps:
Revised: October 31, 2020
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