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Are You a Financial Procrastinator? 5 Ways To Overcome It  Thumbnail

Are You a Financial Procrastinator? 5 Ways To Overcome It

Financial procrastination is when you have financial obligations and moves to make, but you put those decisions aside on a continuous basis. For instance – you know you need to balance your checkbook, but you continue waiting until things are going wrong. Or, you may have student loans and need to apply for a deferment but you let the time-lapse and end up in the credit bureau.

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Do you make a "dangerous" amount of money?

Making a "dangerous" amount of money is a real thing. If your income in 2020 was in the $150,000-$500,000 range you want to continue reading. If you're making $75k-$80k you probably have to have a pretty good handle on how much you're spending, how much you're saving and what is left over each month because you have to. There's not so much "extra" and so it requires you to be extra diligent about how you are spending your money (even more so if you're committed to a savings goal).

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