Financial health often depends on the health of a credit report. Having problems on that report can lead to all sorts of issues if an individual wants to make a significant purchase of something like a home or vehicle.
Check your 401k contributions. Could you increase the amount?
Check your contribution levels on investments.
Make sure that those savings goals are on track. After considering the amount of available disposable income, it might be worth bumping up the savings numbers if possible.
Getting a giant tax refund might seem like fun, but it’s just Uncle Sam’s way of having interest-free access to a taxpayer’s funds for most of the year.
Refining your plan made at the beginning of the year with new numbers and figures entered into the ledger, helps to keep efforts for saving money on track.
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