May 24, 2018
You know, It’s understandable if you gotten off course financially during the last couple months of the year. But, if you don’t want bad money habits to follow you into the New Year. If your finances have slipped, it’s time to get back on track and devise a plan to tackle your debt efficiently and effectively. Take a step back and evaluate your finances, so you can become more successful. You really need financial experts to help you to get your finances back on track.
Chase Rubin has served the financial industry for more than twenty years. And he is currently sharing his knowledge and expertise regarding the investment industry to inform the general public. There is no doubt Chase Rubin is currently one of the most successful private investors. He moved to New York to further his career in finances and investments and works and lives in the East Village. The expertise he gained as the result of the economic crash of 2008 has prepared him for whatever the market brings in the future.
You Should Review Your finances
Take a look at your overall finances and consider setting both short-term and long-term goals. Confused about where to start? You may want to begin by obtaining a free copy of your credit report at Credit.com. Through Credit.com, you can request reports from all three of the major nationwide credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.
Since you might have been using your credit cards often during your holiday shopping, be sure to check your credit report for any irregularities. Fraud and identity theft skyrocket during the holiday season. While you are checking your credit report, you also might want to check your credit score. If you are using more than 30% of your credit cards, you may see a slight drop in your score in the post-holiday season. While credit scores can fluctuate slightly from time to time, it’s important to recognize when a deep drop occurs so you can find the problem and resolve it as soon as possible.
And Also Set Goals and Make a Plan
We all know if you set goals it will give us something to look forward to and work toward. Make a list of all the financial goals you plan to achieve in the next 12 months or so. Establish a payment strategy that works best to tackle not only your post-holiday debt, but also your overall debt. Consider making a list of all of your debts (secure and unsecure) and devise a plan on how to get them down.
And also, ask yourself what your short-term and long-term goals are. Because you might be looking to save up for a wedding, for retirement planning, or for your student loans. When it comes to loans, consider paying more than the minimum and making payments twice each month to help tackle your debt more efficiently. If you think you won’t be able to tackle all of your debt at once, focus on the highest-interest rate debt first before you work on the rest.