Saturday, December 04, 2004

Another article on Financial Planning

20 Tough Questions for an Easier Future

"The typical financial strategy demands that you cut current spending to set aside money for some distant future that you may not even live to enjoy. For many people, the idea of slogging away for 20, 30 or even 50 years before seeing any reward simply doesn�t appeal. They either never get going, or they abandon the plans pretty quickly."

I can certainly relate to this quote at times. The concepts presented in this article seem like an intriguing alternative way to look at the process of financial planning.

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