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Spending More or Less

Keeping a firm grasp on how much you are spending each month compared to your income is a good habit for money management. Let’s face it. Yes, we would all like to be able to buy whatever we want, whenever we want it. But, with financial responsibility, we must be in control of our spending habits. Many Americans are reluctant to sit down and evaluate where they are spending their monthly income. However, it is a crucial component to long term retirement strategies and planning. If you can account for your daily dollar spending, you can assess if your money is being effectively used for your short and long term goals. Without this knowledge, you are simply guessing and wasting the opportunity to add to your long term retirement goals. For some people, it might be a small adjustment of foregoing the daily drive through of a coffee shop. For others, it might be more effective to withdraw cash for weekend spending and shopping sprees. There are no right or wrong answers on how to become more effective with your money, but having a serious look at your finances will get you going in a better direction.

Effective Money Management

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