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Monthly Likkle By Likkle Challenge to Financial Wellness

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10 LIKKLE TIPS TO SWIM THROUGH THE COVID-19 WATERS

  1. Take Stock of Your Situation:  Be realistic.  Stop pretending.  Recognize the gap between your income and   your expenses.
  2. Create a Written Budget:  A written budget clearly lays out how you intend to spend the income that you have.
  3. Commit to saving some (a likkle) money each payday (whether weekly or monthly).
  4. Cut unnecessary spending:  do you really need that KFC? That donut?  That sexy blouse or shoes?
  5. Set goals: doesn’t matter how small.  “If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” –Zig Ziglar
  6. Take care of your health:  you need a healthy body and mind to be financially healthy
  7. Watch your credit:  credit cards ARE loans.  Very expensive loans.  Commit to limiting use of your credit cards. 
  8. Live below your means – not above.
  9. Consider a Financial Wellness Coach.
  10. Take Action today!

LIKKLE BY LIKKLE FINANCIAL ACTION PLAN

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$900

LIKKLE BIT

My financial future will be greater than my past

$1,500

LIKKLE MO’

“Do not save what is left after spending, spend what is left after saving”.
Warren Buffet

$2,500

LIKKLE BUT TALLAWA

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can”. Arthur Ashe

$3,500

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