Actualising Financial Independence

  • By Julius Chan

    Qualification : Peer Support Specialist

    Monday April 09 2018 09:34 AM Comments 0

    A healthy financial future isn’t about how much money you make – it’s about how you manage and plan. Learning some basic money management techniques can help get your finances in order, no matter your income.

    This short video shows us the importance of managing and planning our finances. There is a misconception that to be good with money, you need a lot of it. What is true is that to be good with money, you need everyday money management, which can be made easy with these 3 simple steps:


    1. Create a budget
    2. Set savings goals
    3. Tackle your debts


    As we get better at our financial planning, we will also start to cultivate a right mind set between money and a healthy emotional state. We will then begin to be able to better define our personal and family values about money. And in doing so, achieve a clear overview of our spending habits and identifying emotions that are connected to our spending habits the effects of our financial goals. Finally, this will enable us to maintain a positive emotional state through our financial ups and downs, and empower us to overcome any sudden financial downturn with a positive state of mind.

    Details of the online workshop on this topic and others are at the link below. We encourage you to join and benefit from these sessions.

    Video Source:

    Bank of America



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