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Everything is connected #UNIFIMYPLAN

It’s time for a new approach to financial planning, one that looks at all areas of life as well as your money. Goals are important but improving your life right now should be as much of a priority.

#unifimylife is more than just a hashtag, it’s a change that means to bring together your current spending, big ticket purchases, investing, insurance, and planning of course, but the other aspects of your life that no one taught you. With most people the problem isn’t that they don’t want to plan and do as well with their money as they could. It’s that they don’t know what they don’t know.

This site is here to educate you on the basics and help guide you to making informed and effective decision with your money. We can’t help with a bad haircut, but we can discuss a $6 a day latte habit.  Which by the way could be enough to send a newborn to get a 4-year degree from a public college, if managed correctly. Small changes can make huge impact in life, we’re here to help.

Check back often, we’ll be adding stories and presentations for all aspects of your financial life to bring it all together. Look at www.unifimylife.com for ways to get life tips and save on a huge number of things you spend big money on every year. Why shouldn’t helping you save your money not be part of financial planning? If you spend less, it’s like making more on your investments. If you’re just starting out, it’s money you can use to fund long term goals.

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