There are eight stations on the way to having your personal finances on track. Money is a means to an end, with the idea to eliminate worry about money so that you can focus on other, more meaningful areas of your life. When these eight stations are completed, you can feel confident that your chances for success are maximized.
There are two things I don’t discuss in depth: money saving tips (how to spend less) and stock picking (investment choices). They both depend greatly on your personal preferences, and there is no shortage of people willing to tell you what to do.
There is no mystery to personal finance. There are tonnes of books, articles and calculators available. The information can be overwhelming. The trick is in taking action to get your finances on track.