Developing healthy financial habits is important at any age or life stage. The idea of being financially fit isn't necessarily about making more money, but instead forming a healthy relationship with your cash to empower you to make the most of your income and assets.
By: Bonnie Radcliffe, July 2020
While it has been said that 'money can't buy happiness', the advantages of strategic spending and saving are well worth the effort.
The key is to establish a positive mindset and to develop practices and habits that allow you to feel confident and in control of your finances.
As we move into the second half of 2020, it's the ideal time to set some resolutions for the remainder of the year. If you're ready to prioritise your budget health, start by practising State Custodians' five habits for financial success.
Developing healthy financial habits isn't just about checking your account balance and saving what's left of your pay cheque every month. Instead, transforming your relationship with money will help you to feel empowered by your wealth and the benefits of saving.
The opinions expressed in this article are the opinions of the author(s) and not necessarily those of State Custodians. The above is general commentary only and is not advice tailored to any individual's financial situation. We recommend seeking advice from an insurance or finance professional before implementing changes relating to your finances.
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