Personal financial planning is the part of “adulting” that a lot of people skip. Despite the existence of personal financial planning software and new features of the digital age, such as the token sale, ICO campaigns, and automated financial planning, you might be one of those who has a job, knows how to “do life,” but hasn’t reached that peak of adulting skills: personal financial planning. Take this quick quiz to see if you need to be doing more.
Answer Yes or No to Each Question
- Do you make less than $75,000 a year? On average, Americans are most likely to budget only if they’re making at least $75,000. This is concerning since the average gross household income in the United States is only $71,258. You need to be planning for the future, though, no matter what your income.