Achievement Unlocked!

30 Personal Finance Achievements You Need To Unlock

Owen Winkelmolen

Fee-for-service financial planner and founder of PlanEasy.ca

When it comes to personal finance there are many different milestones, and each one is its own individual achievement. Personal finance is full of achievements you need to ‘unlock’ to be successful. The more achievements you unlock, the more success you’ll have at building wealth.

To ‘win’ the money game you need to hit certain milestones along the way. Some achievements are necessary before you can move forward in the game. Others enable you to accelerate your wealth even faster. And then there are some achievements that are just interesting check points along the way.

Here are 30 personal finance achievements you need to unlock!

How many have you unlocked already?

 

  1. Budget Regularly
  2. Track Your Spending
  3. Save 20%+ Of Your Income
  4. Save $1,000 For Emergencies
  5. Eliminate Credit Card Debt
  6. Eliminate Other Debt
  7. Save Up A 3-Month Emergency Fund
  8. Take Full Advantage Of Employer Retirement Plans
  9. Open A TFSA
  10. Open An RRSP
  11. Start Investing At Least $100/Month
  12. Ask For A Raise
  13. Eliminate Student Debt
  14. Reduce Your Investment Fees
  15. Simplify Your Finances
  16. Save For A Down Payment
  17. Switch Jobs/Get A Promotion
  18. Budget For Infrequent Expenses
  19. Learn When To Use Your TFSA vs Your RRSP
  20. Save Up A 6-Month Emergency Fund
  21. Buy A House
  22. Have Children/Maternity Leave/Paternity Leave
  23. Open An RESP
  24. Create An Investment Plan
  25. Plan For Retirement
  26. Hit Your Coast Number
  27. Pay Off The Mortgage
  28. Reach Financial Independence
  29. Quit Your Job
  30. Retire Early

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Owen Winkelmolen

Financial planner, personal finance geek and founder of PlanEasy.

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