14-Day Plan to Radically Improve Your Finances

Paul FennerPersonal Finance


According to a survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, less than half of Americans keep close track of their spending, and nearly 30% aren’t saving for retirement.

I wouldn’t call the 14-day plan below necessarily radical.  I would call it a very straightforward approach that radically changes your life.  As with many things in life just taking that first step to begin a project is often the hardest move to make.

I think that this is especially true when it comes to wealth management planning.  Often people are not willing to take control of their financial future until some type of life event occurs such as a marriage, birth, death, or some form of financial mishap.

The beauty behind this approach is that the steps can be tackled in one day’s time…if you make the time.     Here is some additional insight from Business Insider into each step.