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Take Control Of Your Money With A DIY Financial Plan

January 14, 2015

Do you have enough money for the life you want?

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Tough question to answer (at the best of times). That’s where a plan can help.

Studies have shown that people with a financial plan save more and have greater wealth at all levels of income. Sadly, very few people have taken the steps to prepare even a simple plan for their money.

Not sure where to start? It’s not as hard as you think.

Have a look at my eight part series below (published last year) outlining the main components of a simple financial plan (don’t get scared- they’re short and easy reads). At the very least, these posts will help you understand the reasons for and benefits of having a basic plan for you and your family.

Do something today that your future self (and family) will thank you for.

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 1

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 2- The Power Of Goals

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 3- Income Is Everything

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 4- Get Rid Of The Debt Handcuffs

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 5- Know What You Spend

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 6- Save First, Invest Next

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 7- Be Wise And Manage Risks

Your Simple Financial Plan, Part 8- Taming The Taxman

                     Still need help? I would be honoured to assist!

Proud founder of this blog Let’s Talk About Money, Patricia Gass, CPA, CA, provides personal finance coaching and education to improve your money skills. Follow her on linkedin, twitter or pinterest

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