Money for Goals


Money is a resource that is frequently need for the goals you want to reach. Here are some ways to maximize your financial resources.

Think carefully before making any purchase- Print Questions to Ask Before Buying and carry it in your wallet.

Use credit wisely as a good credit record is very important. You are entitled to a free annual credit report. Don’t spend more than you take in. Don’t incur more debt than you can handle.  Do pay the balance on your credit card each month to avoid interest fees.

Have a bill paying system to ensure that bills are paid on time.


Print Uncle Bill’s Bill Manager (pdf)

Make and follow a budget. Use a printable budget worksheet. Budget Money and Track Bills.

Set up files…two helpful resources:

Choose a Financial Goal and use a chart to track your progress on saving money.

Learn more about managing money at and Money 101 from CNN. More financial tools at Mind Your Finances. Financial Planning and Goal Setting at USAA. Financial Literacy course from Open2Study.

BOOK: One Year to an Organized Financial Life by Regina Leeds

I am fascinated by the process of learning to read English and the idea of gamification to make learning fun. Phonics and literacy have become my passion project. I also write about personal development, goal setting, and time management. I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively.

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3 comments on “Money for Goals
  1. […] the end results in mind. Many of the goals we want to reach require the resource of money. This week I will set up a bill paying […]

  2. […] force in my career, and I never had to worry about having extra money beyond living expenses. A common sense approach to money management worked fine. Besides, I found financial information rather complicated to […]

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