You are on your own now, what’s in your financial toolbox?
So you’ve started out on your own and now you have that first job and maybe some college loans to payoff. Now is the time you need to really start managing your money to pay bills, rent, utilities and possibly for a new car you just bought.
There are many financial solutions out there but consider that you don’t want to outgrow what you start with. You already have some debt and need to get a handle on your spending so you can pay your bills and payoff your debts. So consider our solution that is based on the money lifecycle providing you a financial toolbox so when it is time you can pay off debts, or fund goals, or plan for that big change. Later when you are concerned about retirement or possibly saving for your kids college expenses or buying a house, you can pick up and use those tools in your Master Money toolkit.
Think about it this way if you have a toolbox at home there are certain tools (hammer, wrench, screw drivers, etc.) you want in that toolbox and you won’t always use all of those tools but, when you need one you will be glad that it is there. This is the same as the Master Money toolkit it is your financial toolbox for when you need to handle changes in your life.