We are officially over two-thirds of the way through 2021, and the fall is a great time to check-in on your financial goals. Even if you didn’t set any goals at the beginning of the year, taking a peek at your finances is always a good idea. You never know what you might find when you start looking at your bank and credit card accounts.
You should track your income and expenses every month to get a clear sense of where your money is going, but it’s okay if you’ve let that slide throughout the year. That’s why it’s a good idea to reflect on your financial goals at certain points during the year. Many people enjoy quarterly check-ins after each quarter of the year has concluded (April, July, October, January).
Regardless of when you decide to take stock of your goals, make sure you take some time to reflect, check your progress, and make adjustments going forward. Taking these steps will help you reach your financial goals as soon as possible.Read More