The 21 Day Personal Finance Challenge

 

free-online-personal-finance-courseOur FREE 21 Day Personal Finance Challenge is now available completely online offering daily tips and strategies to help set you on the road to financial success.

Each day will features a new “challenge” that will guide you step-by-step through that day’s personal finance lesson.

Personal Finance Topics Covered:

Topics will include (but not be limited to) budgeting, paying off debt, buying insurance and retirement planning with each lesson being presented in a straightforward and easy to follow manner spread out over 21 days.  Upon successful completion of the program, you should have a much stronger foundation to build financial security for you and your family.

You can work through the personal finance program at your own pace, and yes you can complete more than one challenge per day.

This is the perfect series for anyone interested in a comprehensive step by step guide on the best way to manage your personal finances.  The 21 Day Personal Finance Challenge is also a great guide for anyone looking to improve their financial situation and pay off their debt as part of their 2017 New Year’s Resolution. Be sure to share this link with your friends and family!

21 Day Personal Finance Challenge Lessons by Day:

Day 1: Writing Out Your Monthly Expenses (Budgeting)

Day 2: Reviewing Your Free Annual Credit Report

Day 3: Calculating Your “Net Worth”

Day 4: Creating a Plan to Pay Off Your Debt (Debt Snowball)

Day 5: Tracking Your Personal Finances in Excel

Day 6: Establishing an Emergency Fund

Day 7: Optimizing Your Retirement Accounts

Day 8: Reviewing Your Life Insurance Needs

Day 9: Reducing Your Monthly Utility Bills

Day 10: Reviewing Your Car Insurance Deductible(s)

Day 11: Personal Finance Motivation

Day 12: Selling Stuff You Don’t Need

Day 13: Adding Maintenance and Replacement Costs to Your Budget

Day 14: Reviewing Your Will

Day 15: Invest in Your Career

Day 16: College Savings Accounts

Day 17: Maximizing Your Employer’s Benefits Package

Day 18: Developing a Grocery Plan

Day 19: Organizing Your Important Financial Documents

Day 20: Ideas to Supplement Your Income

Day 21: Setting Financial Goals and Staying Motivated

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You can also post your results and hold each other accountable in the comments section of each article. For more information on my own struggle with debt, be sure to check out how my family and I paid off over $90,000 of consumer debt in two years.

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