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Updated: Nov 9, 2021

What are your goals in 2020? Sometimes it’s helpful to take a moment and reflect on where you are and make sure you stay on track.

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Assess your current financial situation.

Where are you and where do you want to go? Look at your debt load, account balances, assets and net worth.

Then, evaluate how any of these areas may need to be adjusted, like reducing debt and increasing savings.

Identify your top financial goals.

These typically fall into one of four categories: debt pay-off, savings, short-/medium-term investing and long-term investment for retirement. You can’t do everything at once. Picking a couple top goals will help you focus on taking the steps needed to attain success.

Please contact us if we can be of any help or to schedule a portfolio review.

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