As America celebrates it’s freedom; it is time for us to pause and reflect on our own personal financial freedom journey. This help you create your own Financial Freedom Checklist to keep you on track for Early Retirement. 4th July is the perfect time since it is the midpoint of the year.
All of us would have made New Year’s Resolutions and need help to gauge how we are progressing. This has been a particularly tough year across the globe. With the pandemic, recession, protests it has been a challenge To Get Stuff Done Even When You Don’t Feel Like It
Layoffs usually involve corporations needing to trim fat. In good times; you can generally coast along and you won’t get pushback. However when the managers are required to cut; you can be sure they will force rank all members of their team.
The pandemic and the government ordered closures across the globe have shown how business have been crushed for lack of funds. Individuals who have been ordered to shelter in place also suffered loss of wages.
Are there some assets missing in your portfolio you wish to add for diversification? Is your portfolio balanced as per your risk profile? While the markets go higher, everyone wants to be 100% into stocks. Luckily the market has recovered for NOW.
he basic goal of targeting Financial Freedom is Early Retirement. While planning for early retirement, you also need to consider future goals such a child’s education or a kitchen remodel. If you are using the Personal Capital Retirement Planner< enter future goal amounts in the planner.