Furnishing your first place may not be the most glamorous experience, but the goal of doing so is (or was) to get you through your first time living away from home. This episode is all about furnishing your own financial apartment and making sure you have the right things set up from the start so that you can thrive later on down the road. If you are a recent grad getting started, or even if you’re past that point and just need a refresher, this episode is for you.
Listen in to gain insight on how to ensure that your finances support your short-term and long-term goals. I’ll share 5 key ways that you can start with small (but important!) financial steps that will make a big difference for your future. You may not have much to work with in the beginning, but creating a plan and following it will establish the foundation you need in order to succeed later on.
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What You’ll Learn:
- The commonalities between furnishing your first apartment and furnishing your first financial plan.
- Why knowing where your money is going can be extremely valuable.
- How to incorporate value spending into your budget.
- Why you need to pay yourself first.
- How to minimize debt.
- How to avoid credit issues.
- Why you want to find someone to help you get and stay on track.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
“Furnishing your new digs is an opportunity to start incorporating healthy financial habits into your lifestyle.” - Regina McCann Hess
“By figuring out where each cent is going, you can establish greater control over your finances.” - Regina McCann Hess
“Putting even a small amount into your emergency fund each month will add up over time.” - Regina McCann Hess
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