Financial Wellness and You
We all want to be financially well, feeling like we are on a good path toward financial independence with relief from financial stress.
For most, financial wellness is not achieved through inheritance or lottery winnings. Financial wellness usually requires planning and practice. Just as someone committed to physical wellness learns what’s important to keep their bodies healthy and adopts daily habits in support of it, we must do the same with financial wellness. It is important to be knowledgeable about finances, determine ways to improve our situation and commit to practicing behaviors supportive behaviors to achieving financial independence.
Admittedly, there is a lot to consider, with planning that could impact your unique situation in so many areas: Cash Flow, Education, Career and Benefits, Tax, Investment, Retirement, Social Security, Medicare and Long Term Care, Estate and Insurance and Risk.