Usually, I am ahead of the curve whenever I write something for the blog. I try my best to plan out what I write although sometimes a thought just sails through my mind and that’s what happened today at about 5:17 AM. I realized that it’s now November and that makes it the most significant “financial” month of the year and it needs to be recognized as such! It serves as a touchstone in that when it comes to financial planning, you can see whether you’re meeting your 2020 goals as well as start planning for 2021.
Ten months down and just two to go before we put 2020 behind us or even in the trash can since it may go down as your worst year so far when it comes to your personal finances. That designation applies unless you lived through the 1929 Great Depression. Oh and congratulations on your 90th birthday if you did.Continue reading“How November Serves as a Financial Touchstone”