At least five long-term goals specific to your own life situation.

Rasmussen College Personal Financial Plan to Achieve Financial Stability Discussion

Rasmussen College

Question Description

 

As you continue to build your financial plan, you realize you need some long-term goals to help you budget. Think about the type of lifestyle you envision – where you want to live, whether you want to work part-time, and so on. In a one-page information sheet, write your long-term goals and briefly describe the steps you will take to meet those goals.

Your information sheet should include:

  1. At least five long-term goals specific to your own life situation. For example, at what age would you like to retire? Formulate concrete steps you would need to take to achieve these goals.
  2. Make sure to use audience specific language and tone on your information sheet. You will be sharing this with family.
  3. Be creative and make your information sheet fun and organized. Use the full page.

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