where are your goals in your board of life?

Would you like to have $1 million by the age of 40 or 50 or by the time you retire? Set your own goals. But never set a goal you can’t control. Your targets can’t depend on your boss giving you a raise; they must be reachable by your own efforts. You might need to invest in yourself by acquiring more education so you can qualify for a job that pays more. You might need to take more risk in your investments, or in your lifestyle by taking on a job that pays commissions instead of a fixed salary. Evaluate the risks involved, and understand that by putting the odds on your side, you can get a larger return.

If you have no clue where to start, contact a financial planner today!


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