Financial Priorities

In our lives, we all have certain financial priorities. These financial priorities will not remain the same throughout our lifetimes. When we first start out as college students we have different priorities than we would if we were not in college.

Young single adults’ priorities are very different than those of newlyweds. These priorities will change as we grow older, have kids, change jobs, etc.  Life and when we are at that point in time will dictate our priorities.

Take a moment to download the Personal Financial Priorities Worksheet and complete it. This worksheet will help you identify where your priorities lie and how well you are doing in each. It will show you where you need to make changes.

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