Managing your money after divorce often feels like uncharted territory. Developing changed habits is the key to making the most of every penny in your new post-divorce lifestyle — and here’s why.
In today’s episode of Your Money Minute with Tracy Stewart, CPA, let’s discuss < href="https://youtu.be/3SHIYNKa8Ew">what’s different about your finances after divorce. Yes, things are changing… Your life, your day-to-day routines, maybe your future plans… Divorce comes with some adjustments, and managing your money is likely one of them.
For many, keeping an eye on the dollars and cents is either a new role or something they haven’t done in a while. If this is you, it’s important you invest in yourself to confidently and capably spend and save your money wisely. But guess what… You can do this!
I’d advise you to read any article, any blog post, any video series on budgeting — and decide how you can make good, healthy habits with your money. This may feel unfamiliar and you may feel unqualified, but there’s not a single doubt in my mind that you can do this.
Financial security is unbelievably liberating. Yes, divorce can shake up the cards in the deck of life… But with strong habits, you’ll find your footing and find that financial stability too.
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