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Financial Independence: A Dream of Every Millennial

Jan-02-2022Blog by – Mr. Ashish AjmeraRead Time: 5 Min.Word Count: 757
255Financial Independence: A Dream of Every Millennial


While it is important for parents to teach their children about money management, they frequently fail to do so, resulting in a large number of millennials who have no idea how to be financially self-sufficient. As a result, millennials frequently seek assistance from friends, coworkers, and other financial consultants who may be present at their workplace. People around them advise them about the necessity of paying taxes on time, investing in safe instruments, and even the features of term insurance.


Let’s learn about how millennials can achieve financial independence, instead of depending on anyone else 


  • Budgeting: The first step toward financial independence is to create a budget. It consists of compiling a list of necessary expenditures and assigning values to them based on how much they will cost and should cost in comparison to your income. Budgeting will help you to evaluate your most significant expenses and assess whether or not they are necessary. Once you`ve discovered your highest expenses, analyze how essential they are and, if possible, minimize them. Because food and routine grocery prices cannot be reduced, you can choose to go out less or dine out fewer times per month. Naturally, when your income rises, your spending will climb as well. As a result, you`ll need to plan ahead.


  • Pay off Debt: Many millennials have student debts from their undergraduate years, which have a long repayment schedule. It is therefore critical to repay these debts as soon as possible in order to live a debt-free life. Student loans and other obligations can eat up a significant portion of your monthly income. If you pay it off as soon as possible, you`ll have more resources to live a happy life. Furthermore, being debt-free at a young age allows you to travel and discover the globe with more money.


  • Learn to Save: Savings is a tested method that has been used by people for centuries. It is important to set aside some funds as soon as you receive your salary as a saving fund. There`s no tool in determining what the future will hold, but the best way to be prepared is to set aside some funds today. These savings can prove useful if you become unwell unexpectedly. You won`t need to ask your parents for support if you have money, and you`ll be able to achieve true financial independence. 


  • Maintain a Good Credit Score: Your credit score is based on how quickly you pay off your loans and credit card payments. A credit score is used by banks and financial institutions to determine whether a borrower should be granted a loan, which is why it is critical to maintain a good credit score. If a person`s credit score is too low, they may be denied financial aid or be forced to pay higher interest rates on their loans.  As soon as they start working, millennials are seeking financial independence. This is feasible if they carefully plan their future and maintain their expenditure. Before millennials declare financial independence, they must have control over three factors: savings, investments, and insurance. Savings and investments will help them establish a nest egg for the future, but insurance will ensure that they do not have to rely on their parents or anyone else for assistance if they become ill.



  • Early Investment: Most millennials want to start investing, but they only have a little amount of money due to rising medical costs, salary cuts, and job losses in the preceding year. You may consider waiting until you have a large sum of money before investing, or you may believe that it is too early to start building an investment portfolio and that if you have enough time, you could do it in the next paycheck or wait until you have more money to invest. This is a terrible mistake that you must avoid since it will cost you a wealth-building opportunity. You must recognize that your expenses will not remain the same; they will rise as inflationary effects erode the value of money over time. You don`t need a large sum to start investing; you can start with as little as Rs 500/- each month. However, given how hard the pandemic has impacted many of us financially, it will be difficult to deduct large sums from your paycheck. Invest in a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP), which is a method of investing in mutual funds in a regular and systematic manner. It will invest a particular amount in a selected fund every month on a predetermined day, which is often your payday.




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