Let’s talk about the end. One day you’re going to die. It’s a fact of life that we’re all going to die. I sincerely hope that day is a long way off, but in the meantime, a little planning will make things a lot easier on yourself and your family.
I’ve been there. After a messy expensive divorce in which I made a few costly emotional decisions, the financial implosion of 2008, a layoff, and a huge rent increase all in the same year (and I thought 2020 is bad!), I hit my financial bottom. My bank account was perilously low, my credit cards had high balances, I had no job, and my expenses had increased dramatically.
If you are reading this blog, you most likely have already created your financial roadmap to the future, but it bears reminding that even the best laid plans can change in a moment. How long has it been since you reevaluated your plan? Is it in step with your life goals as they stand now?
Are you ready for what comes next?
2020 . . . A pandemic. Fires. Earthquakes. Floods. Hurricanes and tornadoes. Social unrest. Political acrimony. Economic peril. What else can possibly go wrong??
Everything. And anything.
As we enter September, we are only three-quarters of the way through this tumultuous year. And although the month was not originally named for so many wide-ranging and far-reaching crises, it is apropos that September is National Preparedness Month.
Overwhelmed with Paperwork?
Fiscally Fit, Inc. is dedicated to helping ease your stress by providing diverse financial services. We help you stay on top of your personal papers by balancing checkbooks, paying bills on time, organizing important papers, reconciling accounts, preparing reports for tax preparation, and much more!
Working with seniors, business owners, and people whose careers make it difficult to find time for paperwork. We also help those with medical issues where they may need additional assistance. And, we also help those who just don’t like to do paperwork!