This book is for all those millennials who are in the age group of 18 – 35, have just either begun to manage their own finances or are looking for ways in which they can set up doable financial goals, to be accomplished in their 20s and 30s. More
Table of Contents
Introduction Personal Financial Goals Finding Your Motivation Making Your 401K Investments Work for You Credit Card Debt Goal-setting in Your 30s Conclusion Author Bio Publisher
This book is for all those millennials who are in the age group of 18 – 35, have just either begun to manage their own finances or are looking for ways in which they can set up doable financial goals, to be accomplished in their 20s and 30s.
Every generation had its own way to tackle finances as well as budget. Generation X put apart a bit of its money, to be used as an emergency fund, because they had already seen what could happen when people invested in Wall Street and it came crashing down. Generation Y invested a bit of its money in stocks, shares, debentures, and lately in the 2000s, penny shares. Generation Z, the latest generation does not want to invest money into ventures and shares and a very volatile stock market. However it wants to have full control over the money it has in hand.
So now you are going to get tips and techniques on how to achieve financial goals, and what you need to do to control your money, in your 20s as well as your 30s. If you are already in your 30s and you have not started managing your money, you are starting out late. But then you have the excuse that you were so busy in your career planning, in relationships, and in other important personal and professional activities in your life that you really do not bother much about money, money sources, investing money, and how money could be managed in the future by you.
So let us suppose you are in your 30s. You already have reach some stage of personal and professional responsibility. You have set up your “house” and now you intend to start with your idea of Real Life from Now on. Possibly you do not have so many financial assets, because you have just finished your education, and the only problem is, perhaps you have burdened yourself with student loans which you are going to pay off for the next 10 years.
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