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Mdr15329986 Mdr15329986 3 years
Setting financial goals you'll actually be able to achieve is an interesting process In the beginning, you need to dream a bit to understand the possibilities. You can narrow down your goals at a later time and make them S.M.A.R.T.. specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound. The key part is turning vague goals from step one into SMART goals in step two. For more ideas on how to articulate money and financial goals read this article: http://www.mdrmoney.com/setting-achieveable-money-goals-interview-transcript
janetmouse janetmouse 6 years
TRACK MY SPENDING...hardest thing for me to do!!!
TidalWave TidalWave 7 years
I like the idea of saving for something specific. Say that I'm saving up for a vacation to Mexico. EVERYTIME I'm about to buy a new shirt or a pair of shoes, I'll say to myself, "this is $50 less dollars that I'll have towards my trip." So I can actually determine the worth of the shoes vs. the trip.
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