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Three Tips for Cash Management

 

There are a few things in life that are hard to keep track of. If you’re like any Australian, you’ve probably considered mounting a full scale search and rescue team in hope of finding the highly elusive television remote and at the same time instructed your newly assembled unit to fan out in a serpentine pattern to locate your phantom car-keys.

 

Simply, your income is intangible and that makes the mission of tracking and controlling it a far harder affair.

 

However…

 

In effort to not appear like the +1 at a party you didn’t bring anything for, we’ve come up with three helpful hints to end your cash management worries!

 

1. Track those dollars

 

A critical step in being able to wrangle your hard earned income is to know exactly what your expenses are over the course of the week, month and year. Look at your bills, your spending habits and other infrequent expenses to make sure you know where your money is moving.

 

2. Eliminate expenses

 

Most of us are chocka-block with liabilities and with so many of them stacking up, it may be time to cull a few of the less important ones!

 

3. Cash Management Company

 

If the above two points are spinning your head a little and you’re wondering where you’ll find the time to engage in any type of wealth management it could be time to look at whether there is a company that can help (with your guidance) to ensure your cash-flow is structured to compliment your lifestyle and cash management goals.

 

Feeling ship shape!

 

Once your cash-flow is trucking along like a well-oiled machine, there will be far fewer surprises, a lot less stress and more importantly more free time for us to do the things we’d prefer to be doing!

 

If cash and wealth management are important factors for you and yours, The Zenon Group on the Gold Coast in Queensland, provides a cost-free assessment service that allows families to understand more of their current position and could take the heart-ache out of all the legwork.