Here are ten questions you can ask yourself to examine your financial health:
1. Am I earning up to my true potential?
2. Am I spending my resources in alignment with my needs and values?
3. Am I preparing a meaningful $0 based budget each month before the month begins and reviewing performance at the end of each month?
4. Am I paying myself first (after my tithe)?
5. Am I properly insured?
6. Am I in debt? If so, am I executing a solid plan to eliminate debt?
7. Have I paid and filed all taxes and returns for my country, state, etc.?
8. Am I actively engaged in investing for my retirement?
9. Have I taught my children how to manage money responsibly?
10. Have I executed estate planning documents like a will, a living will and a healthcare power of attorney and informed the right people how to access this information?
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In 2000, Jill Wright was in debt and living paycheck to paycheck. Through focus and hard work, she paid off her debt and began building her savings. Over the years, she and her husband completely transformed their financial life and built a nest egg that allowed them to retire at ages 50 and 53.
In 2018, Jill heard God’s call to help other women repaint their own financial future and was eager to answer it. She left her corporate job and became a Financial Confidence Coach. Jill loves helping women give up shame around spending so that they can stop stressing and have peace around their money.
Jill volunteers in her community as a coordinator for Financial Peace University, serves on the boards of Barefoot Republic, Coach Approach and Day 7, and is a mentor for Leaving the Cocoon, a prison ministry for women. Follow Jill at More Money Cents, her business page on Facebook.