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Discover Your Financial Values and Find Life More Fulfilling

Here are a few more discovery questions to help you uncover your financial values and work toward building a more fulfilling life.

Which charitable organization means the most to you? Your church? Your alma mater? Even if you cannot afford to give it any money now, which organization resonates the most with your values? If you had extra funds available, would you give it to that charity or spend it on yourself?


Would you like to help the homeless or send an economically challenged child to college? Consider your financial values. Are you living them accordingly? Do your financial habits match your core financial values? Take the time to consider how your life would change if your income changed significantly.


Discover your financial values and plan your finances accordingly.

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