You’re living on the financial edge, wish you could save more, and are worried about retirement. When it comes to money and responsibility, most of us would prefer sticking our heads in the sand, not wanting to know how much we owe and to whom. Sure, you knew buying those new shoes would be a guilty pleasure you deserved, but was it one you could afford? The truth, especially the financial truth, will always find you sooner or later, so it’s better if you find it before it finds you.
The best way to expand your financial horizons is by knowing your financial limitations. Owning up to your financial past is the best route to securing your financial future. Being able to access the answers, and the people, in banking and lending institutions, as well as your lawyer, provides peace of mind. Let these charts be your guide. By helping you be able to quickly locate contacts, fill out your expense checklists, and simplify the complicated modern web of bills and accounts that we all have, you’ll see how you can cut expenses and make necessary modifications.
It’s hard to believe, but we find a certain comfort in knowing our entire financial picture at all times – what we’re worth and what we owe. It makes us feel more in control.
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