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Did you know?

91% of undergraduates have at least one credit card

IS MORE MONEY THE ANSWER?

Most people believe more money is the answer; you never seem to have enough of it. When the truth is, money is only valuable when it supports your values and helps you achieve your goals.

YOUR VALUES AND NEEDS

Understand your values, what is most important to you? Examples of values are family or living within your means.
    What Makes You Feel...
  • Content?
  • Enjoyment?
  • Accomplishment?
What are your goals in life – both long-term and short-term? What are your needs? Understanding these things will help you set your priorities and control spending which is key in reaching financial health. To help you identify these things, make a list of what brings you contentment, enjoyment and gives you a sense of accomplishment.

HOW DID YOU GET HERE?

In order to correct a problem you must first understand how you got there, where did the mistake occur? Where does my money go? Much of what we buy has little to do with needs. Some people use shopping as a tool of therapy to relieve stress, boredom, loneliness or depression. Advertisers spend billions trying to convince you to be unhappy with what you have. Focusing on what you don’t have will keep you wanting more and will keep you from seeing the richness you do have.

Here Are Three Powerful Financial Principles To Keep In Mind:

  1. Live on Less than You Earn
  2. Put the Power of Interest to work for you
  3. Exercise Financial Discipline
By applying these principles, you will be freeing yourself from debt, ending the worry over money and building wealth.