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3 tips for reaching your savings goal

It can be hard to stay motivated to reach a savings goal. All it takes is one or two bad days and your entire savings plan can be thrown off track. There are so many impulse buys offering instant gratification that it can be hard to stay on track. It’s also human nature to seek short-term gratification over long-term benefits. Fortunately, strategies exist to help. If you are serious about reaching your savings goal, here are 3 tips to help you stay motivated. Know Your Goal If you have a specific savings goal you are trying to reach, it makes a lot easier to stay motivated. If you are just trying to ‘save more,’ you can fall off track quickly. So pick a number that you think you can reach and whenever you are tempted to overspend, remind yourself of what you want and why. Make Today Matter It’s important Read More…

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