Maximizing Your Money - Pay Yourself First! (Networking Luncheon)
Are you always the last one that gets paid in your own business?
Do you tend to put others’ needs first? You’re not the only one – so many of us women make ourselves our own lowest priority. If you’ve been putting your career, your significant other, your kids, or your parents first, it can be tough to imagine doing things differently.
But the one place you must put yourself first is where it comes to your MONEY! Yes, I said it - MONEY! You earn it, pay bills with it, donate it, spend it on your family, but the first place it needs to go is to you. There are always a million-and-one places that your money is being called to, but this month, that STOPS! It's time to prioritize you - and this month you’re learn how to pay yourself first?
- Financial tips to help you run your business with a financial institution as your partner
- An understanding of why paying yourself should be the first step in your overall financial plan
- Things you need to take into consideration when you select a financial institution, including: the pros and cons of using credit cards as a business tool, lines of credit, business loans, merchant services, hiring employees and dealing with payroll, and HSA accounts
Prior to coming to Royal Credit Union, Meg spent 20 years in the real estate industry as a REALTOR, manager, trainer, and coach. Whether people need help with business checking accounts, loans, or reducing credit card debt – Meg loves helping people discover better ways to maximize and manage their money. She particularly enjoys introducing people to the advantages of choosing a credit union, and the fact that credit unions are not-for-profit, sharing profits with their members, and that they work with members to help them get out of debt faster and consolidate debt to make life easier. One of her favorite parts of her job is to go out to offices and host “Lunch and Learn” sessions. Whether talking about Smart Money Management or Identity Theft Defense strategies, Meg has a passion for educating and networking with people.
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