January 7, 2014

In my book, Financial Happine$$, judgment day is emphasized. What is it? Why should you do it?

2 thoughts on “January 7, 2014”

  1. Katherine Graham says:

    Judgment day is the day you take control of your money. You break down your paycheck and review it, analyze what is going on at your bank, complete a net worth statement (if you haven’t already done so), review your investments, track your spending, and review your insurance policies. You should do this, because by figuring out where all of your money is going, you can work to free more of it up so you can invest (wisely) in your future.

  2. Mike Finley says:

    You identified many key points, Katherine. Let’s review this very important day.

    Judgment day is the day you review EVERYTHING in your financial life. You go through each and every item that deals with money. Why? You are ready to take control of your life when it comes to money and that means understanding where your money is being spent, saved, and wasted. Is this a pain in the butt? Yes, but when you are ready to take control of your life, YOU WILL DO IT!

    You can read more on this matter in my book, Financial Happine$$. Hit on the MY BOOK tab on this website to buy the book or learn more about it. It might just be the right time for YOU.

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