I’ve heard people say that one of the signs someone has reach adulthood is when they start truly worrying about their financial future. Well, if this is true, I have finally become an adult.
Lately, I’ve been obsessing about managing my money better. I started reading books, blogs and articles that teach about personal finances. I’ve researched, read and learned from financial advisors such as Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey. I’ve also discovered a number of blogs on personal finance and some are absolutely fantastic.
I will be sharing more on this topic and the things I’ve been learning as I continue to work towards financial freedom. But for now, I will share my long term financial goals. I hope that through my sharing I can help and inspire others to achieve financial peace.
So yes, I have officially become an adult and I intent on taking charge of my finances.
Long Term Financial Goals:
- Pay off all debt
- Have a fully funded emergency fund
- Increase personal income
- Have a college fund for 2 children
- Increase retirement account contributions by 10%
- Save to buy a house in the Dominican Republic
Do you have any financial goals? How are you planning on taking charge?