Are you meeting your financial goals? More specifically, are you saving enough to meet your financial goals? The CEO of insurance giant Assurant recently observed:
The reality is, half of Americans can’t afford to write a $500 check.
Assurant CEO Alan Colberg
via Bloomberg TV (March 2017)
If you’re going year after year without saving or without saving enough, you should seek out an independent and objective analysis of your financial situation.
Take a Step Back
What are your financial goals? Do you want to further your education, buy a home, or retire early? Are you getting any closer to your particular goals? Or does meeting your financial goals seem to get harder and harder? Does it feel like you’re spinning your wheels, or running on a wheel yourself?
Meeting Your Financial Goals is About You
When it comes to financial goals, everyone has different objectives and expectations. The majority of your money may go to support of household. Making enough money to provide for yourself and your family is a selfless and noble financial goal.
But support — survival — is not enough. You must think about your future, then figure out how to get there in the present. You must clearly define where it is that you want to be, and after how long from now. Only then can you plot out how to get there.
Get an Objective Perspective
Call Lee Legal at (202) 448-5136 and schedule a free financial analysis. We can help you think through the obstacles that may be preventing you from meeting your financial goals. Our goal is to help you achieve yours.