Financial Fitness Videos


Financial Fitness Tip #1: WORKOUT YOUR BUDGET!

Working out a budget might sound intimidating, but it’s really not that hard and it’s super important. Start with something easy like, how much money do you make? Then start thinking about your monthly expenses. How much is your rent or mortgage, utilities, insurance…what about a car payment? Don’t forget to set aside money for savings, food and entertainment.

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Financial Fitness Tip #2 

I am a regular competitor in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and I rely on my trainers and coaches to tell me exactly what to do in preparation for a tournament. My goal is to get on the podium and I don’t want to worry about what reps of what exercise I’m doing on what day and what I’m eating, so my trainers take care of that. 
Like my finances, I know I want to retire comfortably and have very specific goals, but I have no idea how to get there. And, that’s why in my financial life I also have a financial advisor tell me exactly what to do each step of the way, checking in on me to make sure I’m on track to meet those goals and get on the podium of financial success and where I want to be at retirement age. So, if you want more information, talk to Nancy Williams.

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