Updated: April 9, 2021 by FinPins
FinPins: 4 Pins to Keep on Your Personal Finance board
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Successful leaders always have their goals defined and have their eyes fixated on the goals. They prioritize and constantly remind themselves of the goals. Many of them use simple yet powerful methods such as writing the goals down in a pocket diary, on a whiteboard, or on sticky notes. When it comes to important items, I write them on pieces of paper and pin them on a board. For a successful financial life, here are the four pins I have on my board.
Tracking the flow of money coming and money going out on a monthly basis is a great habit. Analyzing and controlling the cash flow through proper budgeting is an even better habit!
Pin 2. Investment
Making regular investments can build great wealth over time. A diversified portfolio with multiple assets built on a strong foundation can give financial security for years to come. You can start with stocks, bonds and ETFs then level up your game to stock options, if you feel confident about it.
We don’t want anything bad happen to us, nonetheless we should have risk mitigation plans in place to cut down the severity of a bad event. Having the right insurance coverage helps us achieve that.
Every drop counts when it comes to preparing for financial independence and retirement. The earlier we strategize and start contributing, the more time the nest gets to grow.
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