Remember, hope is not a viable strategy…you must plan for your goals. Wishing you a healthy and prosperous 2017!1. Create emergency savings. Life is full of unexpected emergencies, and having extra cash on hand can help keep a serious illness, home repair, or other sudden financial need from derailing your finances. Prepare for unpredictable expenses by putting aside 6 months of expenses in an easily accessible cash-equivalent account.
Back in May, Better Homes and Gardens® Rand Realty announced Sandra “Sandy” Strohm as the new manager of their office in Briarcliff Manor, New York. Strohm came to Rand Realty from Houlihan Lawrence, where she held many positions over the years, including salesperson in Yorktown, assistant manager in Chappaqua and Armonk, and director of corporate relocation in Rye Brook.
Strohm is a recent graduate of the MAESTRO™ program, a three-part leadership course taken by real estate branch sales managers of major brokerages from across the country.
The best way to achieve Financial goals is to develop a Financial Plan. Financial planning is more of a tortoise-versus-the-hare approach. You will come out ahead, but unfortunately, it’s not an immediate gratification feeling.When you think about your future, what do you see? Maybe an exciting career; perhaps starting your own business; maybe you love to travel. Do you want to get married? If you do get married, do you want to have children and perhaps those children want to have their own kids, making you grandparents.
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