Retirement looms over the minds of every individual in the “Red Zone,” or those who are within ten years of their target retirement age. This period in life can be very stressful, as you are likely worried about your future and unsure of whether or not you’re adequately prepared.
It’s easy to forget that “the love of money,” not money itself, is the root of all evil when there are so many differing opinions on wealth, debt, budgeting, spending, and money management. Most Christians desire to steward their money well, but it can be challenging to translate this into practical and biblical actions.
Financial planning is a pressing demand that most of us feel throughout our lives. As soon as we move out of the house for the first time or start our first job, we start thinking of how to spend and save our money wisely. However, ensuring you’re meeting the proper milestones for your age can be tricky, especially if you don’t have someone to guide you along the way.