9 Tips to Spring Clean
Spring is a few months off. But it’s never too early to start planning for spring projects. The spring season is often associated with the concept of “spring cleaning.” As professional organizer Peter Walsh once said, “Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a dreaded list of chores. It can be a rewarding experience that helps provide some structure and organization in your life.” He’s right, and the same idea applies to the decision to spring-clean your finances. What better time to take the opportunity to review your situation and decide where you want to go from here? Maybe your circumstances changed a bit over the past year, or perhaps you’re hoping to retire in the coming months. Regardless of where you’re at in life, it never hurts to take a look at your accounts and estate planning documents and make sure you’re on the right track. The purpose of this month’s guide is to unpack nine helpful tips to guide you through the process of getting your financial house in order this spring.
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