Is It Time For A Financial Review?
Updated: Mar 29, 2020
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was a simple trick or magic formula that ensured you never had to worry about money or manage your personal finances ever again?
Sadly, that’s not realistic, but it does point to one of the key challenges facing many of us when it comes to managing our personal finances. Motivation! Being good with managing our money often means changing our habits with money.
Motivations can come in 2 different forms. For some, it’s either a dash of inspiration, while for others it’s a hint of desperation. In other words, you either get inspired to improve your habits with money, or you will eventually be forced to.
Thankfully, you can still have a positive impact on your financial future if you're starting late in life — but if you're 60 years old and just beginning to think about financial freedom, you have a lot of work to do.
Money can be such an emotive issue that it isn’t surprising many of us shy away from dealing with it.
We don’t create, much less stick to a budget; we don’t plan for the future; or set financial goals. And then there is the issue of understanding your superannuation, overseeing your investments and managing your tax.
It's no surprise we keep our heads in the sand!
At Infocus, we understand that not everyone understands what a financial adviser does but everyone understands they need the right information to make smarter decisions.
Give yourself the gift of good advice.
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