You’re already working on budgeting and saving your money and you’re wondering, “Ok, what should I be doing next.” No matter where you are on your money journey, just starting our or onto move advanced planning, it’s always a good idea to remind yourself of some of the smart money moves that you should be making.

On This Podcast Episode:

I’m talking all about the three smart millennial money moves that you should be thinking about as we roll out of this year and into a new year.

  • How to Think Outside the Box with your finances
  • Why you need a CYA (cover your a**) plan in place
  • The steps you need to take to Build Yourself a Roadmap so you know where you’re going
  • How to create a money system you can stick with each month

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