2020 was a crazy year. We saw a lot of uncertainty, a stock market roller coaster, and many financial disasters.

We all hope 2021 will be better – both for our social lives and our finances. Many people have set lofty goals like paying off their mortgage early, finally investing to grow their wealth, or simply spending less.

How can you know you set the right ones for you? Should You Pay off Your Mortgage Early or Invest?

As always, putting your plan into action is a lot harder than imagining the future you want to live in. In this episode, you’ll find out how to reach your financial goals in 2021 and what options you have to grow your wealth (even if the market tanks again).

Want to make 2021 your wallet’s favorite year? Listen now!

“Should You Pay off Your Mortgage Early or Invest in 2021?” highlights include:

  • Why financial decisions shouldn’t be based only on math (and why emotions should play a role as well). ([2:02])
  • Why owning your home can feel good, but threaten your wealth-building. ([3:05])
  • How a mortgage can keep you from losing your home in a financial crisis. ([5:35])
  • A secure way to build your wealth without locking up your money for decades. ([10:36])

Remember to download Grandma’s Top Tips for an Independent Financial Future by dropping into https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/free/. It’s time for YOU to break through to a smart, stable, financial future.

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