In the wake of 2017, American Consumer Credit Counseling put forward a poll with questions relating to your financial goals for 2017. The results are in. Over 90% of the respondents said that they’ve set a financial goal for 2017. The good news is that people are actually thinking about their finances closely. However, nearly one-fifth of those with a financial goal said they do not have a plan in place to reach their goals. The priority financial goal for 2017 among the respondents was to eliminate debt, followed by saving for retirement. Your personal financial goal may be to find debt solutions to your credit card debt problems. The important thing is to have a plan to achieve the goals over the short, medium and longer-term. Therefore, keeping track of your goals to monitor progress is crucial. Goals are easier to set than achieving them, but that’s why you need a plan!
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If you are seeking debt relief help, speak with a certified credit counselor at American Consumer Credit Counseling today by calling 800-769-3571.