Spring financial fitness

Increase your financial wellness with these practices

It takes hard work and practice to be financially fit. A professional baseball player attends spring training to prepare for the long season ahead. And there are things you can do this time of year to prepare financially for the year ahead.

1. Set financial goals

A good goal is exciting and can make your life better. Financially speaking, maybe it’s to buy a house, pay for school, or retire early. Or something as simple as embarking on your dream vacation.

French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry famously said: “A goal without a plan is just a wish.”

Because all these things require money to get them, be sure to figure out how you’re going to achieve your goal. Some ways include:


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