March (not-so-much) Madness

Sometimes when we think about our finances, it can be overwhelming. For some, that's reason enough to deal with it "later." or "not at all." 

This month, set one or two SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound) for your financial future. Think of it as a way to avoid the "madness" that comes about from procrastination and denial. 

For some additional inspiration, click on the following stories. They'll give you a few ideas of places to start.


You don't know what you don't know

We've been following Gary's journey as he reminisces about running his first marathon, and the lessons he took away--both about running and personal finance.

One lesson: just because  he had legs, and he'd been running didn't mean he knew how to prepare to run for long distances successfully.

Before acknowledging another lesson, Gary had his eye on his next goals: the next races were coming up.


7 Ways to Increase your Retirement Savings

Even if you are getting a late start, there are ways to catch up


Do Your Bank Statements "Spark Joy?"

If you have been filling your trash bins and recycling unwanted items because they don't "spark joy," you may have started on your paperwork. 

Yes, it can add up. It can create clutter. But you need to keep some of it safe. Read this for a few tips...

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