Create a Financial Calendar
If you don’t trust yourself to remember to pay your quarterly taxes or periodically pull a credit report, think about setting appointment reminders for these important money to-dos in the same way that you would an annual doctor’s visit or car tune-up. A good place to start? Our ultimate financial calendar.
Check Your Interest Rate
Q: Which credit would it be advisable for you to satisfy first?
A: The one with the most astounding loan fee.
Q: Why does credit card obligation give us such a cerebral pain?
A: Blame it on the accumulated dividends rate.
Track Your Net Worth
Your total assets—the contrast between your advantages and obligation—is the 10,000 foot view number that can disclose to you where you stand financially.
Watch out for it, and it can help keep you advised of the advancement you’re making toward your financial objectives.