The beginning of this financial year has had me revisiting the goals I set for 2017 and finding them increasingly more modest. Only two weeks into this month and I know I’m going to smash four of the five goals I set for myself. (The $100 dividends will prove hard)
With this is mind, I feel like it’s time to set some new, more challenging goals, that are a bit longer term. I still plan on tracking the goals that I set for myself for 2017, but with their completion feeling guaranteed, these new goals will be the new standard.
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Welcome back to Part 2 of my guide to help you save money. If you didn’t catch Part 1 you can here, but basically I want to help students free up cash to allow them to make investments in their own future. Whilst I aim to help students, many of the tips I discuss in these posts will be applicable to people of all situations. This part will be looking specifically at spending habits and how to steer clear of impulse spending.
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Hey guys! This is a look at my current goals for the year of 2017. I will be tracking my progress against these goals throughout the year and making updates on them as we go. For the most part these goals are fairly conservative as it is my first year investing and I’m still learning the ropes.
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