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Planning and Goal Setting Week: Lazy Man’s 2007 Goals

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Almost like a great high school guidance councilor Flexo has laid down the gauntlet to define my 2007 goals. I had been planning them in the back of my head, but it's about I put those thoughts into electrons for all to read. You will see some similarities to Jim's Blueprint for Financial Prosperity goals.

  • Max out both mine and my fiancée's retirement plans. This includes her thrift savings plan and Roth IRA as well as my own 401k and Roth IRAs.
  • Look into Coverdell's and 529 savings plans. While Energi Gal and I do not have children yet, there's little reason to wait. If it's not in the cards for us we could always gift it to my newborn nephew.
  • Get my alternative income streams' "to go" column to $1300. I plan to reduce my costs by around $75 a month (paying down my HELOC), while raising my alternative income to $300 a month. Stretch goal: "to go" at $1000 a month
  • Start a new blog on another entirely different topic. I'm going to need Energi Gal's help on this one as it's more up her alley.
  • Finish development on my most recent business idea. Since I haven't started it, I don't expect any income to be made by it in the next 12 months.

Posted on December 27, 2006.

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5 Responses to “Planning and Goal Setting Week: Lazy Man’s 2007 Goals”

  1. jim says:

    Stop stealing goals!

  2. […] is extremely easy. It’s achieving them that requires work. With that in mind, allow me to look back my goals for the last year and see how I did. I give myself grades depending on how well I’ve […]

  3. […] case you missed it, I wrote about my 2007 goals and how I did tackling […]

  4. […] month, it definitely fluctuated, but by the end it headed in the right direction. Unfortunately, my goals for 2007 didn’t include my net worth. For this next year, I’ll have to change that. Related […]

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