By Kristin Wong
Money isn’t as complicated as it seems, but when your finances are out of control, managing money does indeed seem overwhelming. To get started, here’s the first thing you should do, according to one financial planner.
Over at Business Insider, Certified Financial Planner Holly Hanson says before getting into the nuts and bolts of personal finance, she starts by asking her clients about their priorities. Here’s why:
“Once they feel more confident in starting now, the best way to get them on track, and to keep them focused, is to prioritize their goals…the part they need help with is in what order does each goal need to take place from a financially responsible standpoint.”
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