Everyone wants to be healthy — emotionally, mentally and physically — and feeling good about the choices you make can often play a big part.
That’s why, when it comes to managing your money, it helps to do it in a way that reflects who you are. "Your plan must be based on your values and vision," advises Adam D. Straseske, a chartered market technician and co-author of Home Run Financial Planning: Cover All Your Key Financial Bases and Align Your Finances with Your Goals and Values. "If it's not, you'll be taking action based upon others' definitions of wellness, and that's not authentic."
Positive financial planning can give you greater clarity and make it easier to reach financial goals. To get started, try these simple steps.