By the time you turn 35, you probably have chosen a career, own or rent a home (house, apartment, condo, etc.), and have a better financial situation place than when you were in your mid-twenties. With a steady income you can now set your sights upon building a solid financial foundation for the future.
It’s normally easy to keep track of your numerous financial deadlines, but this year got off to a rocky start, and consequently some financial deadlines were pushed back by the Federal Government. I suggest reviewing the list below and updating your calendar as needed so you don’t miss these important deadlines!
Whether you are already taking advantage of your employer’s retirement plan, still considering it, or have different investment methods in place to save for retirement, I encourage you to think more broadly about your retirement, and prepare for it between now and then. Today I’d like to share some timeless financial principals with you to apply to your personal situation.
Financial Planning is incredibly important for your future. In fact, it can be just as important as eating healthy and exercising. Unfortunately, the average American never engages in the financial planning process. People are now planning even less than they did in the past, and financial independence has decreased along with it.