Mid-Career Financial Planning
If you’re like many Americans, you’ve been running simultaneous rat races; the career race, the marriage race, the raising children race, and others and you’ve accumulated assets, liabilities, and still have important financial goals ahead of you.
It’s time to take stock of what you have: to determine what’s working and make sure you’re on track to get you where you want to go. After all, that’s what you do at work, right? You make sure your area of corporate responsibility is working optimally. It’s time to make sure your personal financial operation works as efficiently as your work operation.
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Taking Financial Stock
The more routinely you do it the less there may be to improve and the easier it may be. You know the rhyme: by the inch it’s a cinch, by the yard it’s hard. If it’s been 20 years since you last took stock of all of your financial accounts, it may take longer to assess what you have and the options you may identify to improve your financial position but that may just make the exercise that much more rewarding–because you can make so much improvement.