Most of us would love to have a high income. After all, extra money to spend on vacations, to afford housing in Boulder County, on activities for the kids, and to achieve financial independence doesn’t seem to be a bad thing. But high earners face more barriers to reaching their financial goals than the rest of us. Whether your income is in the upper echelon now or that is your aspiration. take care to avoid these pitfalls.
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Find where you are on the Financial Life Cycle to determine the state of your financial health.
Four steps if you are feeling nervous about the markets
1. Remember that Short Term Needs and Investing Do Not Mix.
2. Buy a Fixed-Income Ladder.
3. Stop Tracking the Market.
4. IF All Else Fails, Try Something Less Drastic.
Whether you’re a mid-career serial entrepreneur or in your first job out of college, it’s good to be organized about where your savings should go.
By making your saving automatic and (if needed) your spending intentional, you can achieve financial independence and the freedom to spend your time as you desire far earlier than average.