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Welcome to Savvy Up, your guide to financial wisdom and life strategies.

Segment 1: Year-End Reflection

  • Review last year’s goals:
  • Celebrate successes and learn from challenges.

Segment 2: Preparing for Next Year

  • College funding strategies.
  • Prioritize big projects efficiently.

Segment 3: Managing Emergencies

  • Building an emergency fund.
  • Creating a contingency plan.

Segment 4: Prioritizing Now

  • Define personal, professional, and community goals.

Segment 5: What Winning Looks Like

  • Set measurable goals for success.

Segment 6: Financial Planning

  • Charitable giving and impact.
  • Considerations for the next year: tax loss harvesting, RMDs.

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Wishing you a prosperous year ahead!

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