Benovate Staff & Content Editor
Work Towards Financial Independence This 4th of July
There’s a kind of magic associated with the Fourth of July. Regardless of politics, it’s a day that simply celebrates the diversity of thought that is literally woven into the fabric of our nation. Who hasn’t watched a spectacular fireworks show and felt some emotions stir up? It’s a shared expression of joy, and the day as a whole inspires a reflective state about our history and our future, both collectively and independently.
Financial independence isn’t explicitly tied to national independence, but it’s something that should be on your radar in terms of personal future. Everyone wants to be financially independent, but relatively few actually achieve it. Why is that?
Think of it in the same vein as personal fitness. It takes time, planning, and dedication. You go to the gym regularly. You eat the right things. You resist unhealthy foods and watching Netflix on the couch all day. The same goes for financial independence–you won’t get a six pack after one workout; you won’t be debt-free after sticking to a budget for a week.
So how does it happen? It takes time and consistency. Start working toward your financial independence today with these tips from Forbes.
4 Ways to Achieve Financial Independence:
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