How Do YOU Define Financial Safety?

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This is a question I’ve studied and asked people for many years now.  The answers vary and also tend to change over time.

So how do YOU define financial safety for yourself?  For your family?

  • Having no debt?
  • Lots of money in savings accounts?
  • Enjoying a low-cost lifestyle?
  • Being mortgage free?
  • Earning a high income?
  • Job security?
  • Having lots of “stuff”?

What else?  What, above all else, would help you sleep better at night and feel safe and secure when “life happens”?  Because we all know it will.

Once you define what Financial Safety means to you, you get to work building it and maximizing it.    There’s not much worse than financial stress and anxieties around money.

But go deeper than your first answer.  Often times the true definition for you personally is a few layers behind your initial thought.

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About Trevor Hammond

As a veteran of the mortgage industry, Trevor Hammond is the co-author of "Borrow Smart, Retire Rich," a Certified Mortgage Adviser and a founding Faculty Member and Contributor to the National Institute of Financial Education (www.niofe.org). And he has provided thousands of homeowners with the clarity and confidence to make smarter decisions when it comes to their mortgages and money. In 2013 he launched an entirely new kind of mortgage company: Aspire Mortgage Group, which is committed to educating and empowering homeowners to increase savings, eliminate bad debt, and safely increase net worth. The specialized group of mortgage professionals at Aspire Mortgage Group have redefined what homeowners should expect from a mortgage company. To learn more about Trevor Hammond and our team of mortgage advisors please visit our website at www.aspiremortgagegroup.com or email Trevor directly: trevor.hammond@sierrapacificmortgage.com. Aspire Mortgage is a Sierra Pacific Mortgage Partner.
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