Jul 22, 2020
Despite popular opinion, you don’t need a million dollars to be financially free. We’ll go over how you can create a financial independence plan that fits your family and is actually fun!
But how does that work in times like these?
Can we take this foundational question we talked about in an earlier episode – finding your FI number – and actually craft a plan for a family now going through the pandemic?
Let’s be honest, depending on where you were in your own financial journey, the pandemic could’ve shifted things in so many directions for you.
I think it’s reasonable to acknowledge that a family who’s carrying debt like car payments or student loan is going to experience things much differently than a family whose paid off their
Non-mortgage debts and are using that money to invest.
So how do you create that path for those families? Is it possible to work towards financial freedom and perhaps independence during times like these?
First off, let’s start off with the good news.
You don’t need a million dollars or more saved to achieve financial freedom. In fact, with some planning, you can really open up a lot of options for your family in a relatively short amount of time. And you know, what it can be rewarding and enjoyable.
I want to show you how.
In this episode, we’ll get into:
So we’re going to start with concepts but then go into some real numbers so you can see how the process works.
Ready? Let’s get started!
If you’re looking to get ahead with your finances as a family and look at pursuing financial independence, here are some resources to check out:
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If you live in the Triangle area of North Carolina and you’d like someone to work with you on your goals, you really want to check out Coastal’s Wealth Management team.
They’d love to help you start investing for retirement and more!
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