Were you meaning to get on top of your money situation for all of 2017 and you just didn’t get around to it?
Maybe you find it just too difficult when you start to look at doing it. Or you can’t be bothered with the arguments that talking about money bring up with your partner?
So firstly what is Financial Freedom…it’s whatever you think it is to you. It could be you’re debt free, it could mean that you’re able to retire and not get on a pension, it could be that you have a certain amount of savings, or it could just mean that you have no worries anymore when it comes to money.
Money Mindset is defined as the feelings and thoughts you subconsciously develop towards money from your life experiences.
So you can either have a good money mindset or a not so good money mindset.
Sounds like a lot of money right? But depending on your dedication and your determination this can either be an easy task for you or a hard one.
Which will you choose?
You have made a commitment to one another to be with each other and look after one another. What you some don’t realise it also means that you’re now working as a team on everything.
We are seeing more and more options coming up in our lives for a ‘buy now and pay later’ and it makes me weary that a lot of people don’t know enough of these before they sign up and make a commitment to them.
The money sayings we were brought up with…what these did teach us and what impact has it had in our life?
You may remember I asked the other night the Bells Budget Facebook Page about ‘What’s that 1 ‘Money Saying’ you always remember your parents telling you?’
The current talk in the media is that we could be seeing banks increasing the interest rates for home loans. This could have some huge ramifications for a number of families. Since the global financial crisis we have increasingly seen that the interest rates have been reducing.