Podcast: Planning Your 2022 Financial Journey
Though eyes are looking ahead at new opportunities, it’s also important to reflect on how you ended 2021. Doing so can help you recognize your habits and patterns as you finalize your new financial goals, as both play an important role in helping you achieve financial peace of mind.
In our latest Community Conversation podcast episode, Essence Yancey, Branch Manager at our Raymore location, and Heath Burch, Director of Wealth Management at CommunityAmerica, talk about various aspects to consider when planning your 2022 financial journey. During the episode, Essence and Heath walk you through some budgeting basics and how to make an honest assessment of your finances. You’ll also get practical advice on how to plan for big expenses, such as a house, car, baby and more. They also dive in to when it may be time for you to make the switch from budgeting to financial planning for different life events, such as retirement, funding a child’s education or estate planning.
Check out our most recent podcast below as you begin to solidify your goals for the new year and learn how your friends at CommunityAmerica can help.
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