Cut back – every little bit helps. If you cut out one expensive drink per day- and for convenience, many of us willingly forgo money – that could be cut for our future benefit. You need to think about what really are needs and wants so you can have a beautiful future.
Work longer – When you’re in your twenties or thirties, you have a dream about your future. And maybe you did the savings required to make that dream a reality. More often than not, our dream had no real-life traction, no actual saving that accompanied our plan to live at the beach at age 50. Here you are and you need to have reality be a partner in the future. So, put in a few extra years. Adjust your mindset so that you see this decision as empowering, it’s YOUR call, so that you can keep your health and the future benefits of that great decision.
Get help – perhaps there are vehicles that can help you in your savings or ideas that a professional can suggest that you may not think of on your own. See someone. It’;s usually not a cost to have a short discussion with an advisor. See if they can add a new view to your ideas. It may be worth your time.
Marion Syversen, MBA
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