Tips for reaching your EOY financial goals

Tips for reaching your EOY finance goals

Helpful hints to keep your plans on track.

Laura Orchard
Laura Orchard 26 Sep 2023 ・ 2 min read

From planning a summer holiday to buying your first home or reducing debt, there are many kinds of finance goals.

With the end of the year fast approaching, you may need a little help keeping yours on track.

Here are some simple tips to help you get closer to your goals.

Re-evaluate your budget

If your expenses have changed over the last few months, it could be helpful to review your budget and make sure it still works for you.

Take some time to assess your situation and consider the impact any recent changes could have on your ability to reach your goals.

Track your progress

Whether you’re chasing short or long-term goals, it’s helpful to see how far you’ve come and what you can achieve.

Keeping track of where you’re at can encourage you to continue good habits and stay focused on the timeframe you’ve set.

Consider consolidating debts

When you’re managing multiple debts, it can make it more difficult to fulfill your financial goals and manage cash flow effectively.

Combining multiple debts into one debt consolidation loan not only means just one repayment each month, but you could also benefit from lower repayments.

Find an accountability partner

Telling someone you trust about what you want to achieve can help to reinforce your goals and create accountability.

Think about who can help keep you motivated or give you a nudge if you get off track, such as a family member, friend, or colleague.

Get professional advice

Having an outside perspective can open your mind to new ideas and provide added motivation.

Whether your goal is to step into homeownership or relieve financial stress, a Liberty Adviser can assess your current loan health and work with you to create a plan.

For personalised support to reach your lending goals, speak with your local Liberty Adviser today.

Laura Orchard
Laura Orchard Author
Laura Orchard is a financial writer at Liberty with over eight years of professional writing experience. She is passionate about simplifying complex concepts to help inspire financial freedom. Laura has a Bachelor of Media and Communications from Deakin University.