Tip Tuesdays: Personal Finance is a Lifelong Journey

by Vinaya HS on February 10, 2009

in Finance

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Personal finance is a lifelong journey. You make mistakes, you learn from them. You make different mistakes, you learn from them. It’s not possible to not make mistakes; it is, however, possible to learn your lessons and apply them to improving your personal financial situation. And being a lifelong journey, you should adjust your financial plans as and when your personal situation changes. What’s good for you when you’re twenty-five certainly isn’t good for you when you’re touching forty. Your financial plans should and must change with you.

One more point. Though I write a lot about personal finance, my finances are far away from what’s ideal for me. In fact, most peoples’ personal finances are far from perfect. And that’s OK — so long as you’re working hard at getting them back on track. Because, remember, personal finance is a lifelong journey.

Tip Tuesdays is my initiative to share practical personal finance tips — every Tuesday. I’d be delighted if you could share a tip or two from your own experiences. Drop a comment to submit your tip. And, as always, do spread the word if you find this useful.




Thanks for reading this article. I'd love to hear your opinion. Please use the comments section below to share your thoughts. I frequently write new articles that also cover several other aspects of personal finance including credit cards, financial goals, health insurance, income tax, life insurance, mutual funds, retirement planning, and much more. You can Subscribe through Email and receive new articles directly in your Inbox or you can Subscribe through the RSS Feed and receive new articles in your feed reader.

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nitin February 13, 2009 at 1:49 AM

i have started loving ur blog. keep them coming. I am right now in financial mess..though i had given my utmost attention to personal finance but as u rightly said..its a life long journey and i have started feeling it :)

Girish February 15, 2009 at 9:16 PM

Vinaya,
You are right…
We should never miss the lesson when something goes hayway,
inspite of the sincere efforts…
Keep the blogs flowing..
Girish

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