When someone says “financial independence” we immediately think of how much money’s left in savings. Have your investments been successful? How’s your 401(k)?
However, financial independence isn’t just about the materialistic things. It is also about being confident in your financial security and ensuring that you will retire without the concern of outliving your income. True financial independence involves a state of mind just as much as it involves the state of your accounts and assets.
While achieving financial independence is everyone’s dream, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to getting there. No 10-step plan will ever work with 100% certainty for everyone, no matter how badly the author tries to convince you of it. Instead, you need to identify your own unique goals and the inevitable obstacles in your way. Once you develop a plan towards your personal version of financial independence, you’ll already be moving in the right direction.
For some expert insight on how you can achieve your goals, join AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust (AWM&T) Relationship Manager Cinthia Wilkinson, for a LIVE webinar on September 12. During this free webinar, she will discuss financial independence, explain what it truly is, and how you and your MilFam can achieve it.
What sources of passive income should you be capitalizing on? What are the true benefits of financial planning? And how can situation assessments be helpful when planning out your financial future? Learn all this and much much more.
This free webinar premieres on September 12, 2019. Space is limited. So register now to reserve your spot in either the 9am or 3pm session.
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