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How to Achieve Financial Security - Brett Clawson - Blog

How to Achieve Financial Security

Financial security is important for a satisfying life with a feeling of safety. Being financially secure provides a safety net for the bad times, and allows you to live life as you want to.

Building up a healthy financial base can allow you to rest easy that you and your family's needs will be taken care of. There are several ways to go about creating a financially stable life, here are just a few tips. 


In order to achieve financial security, you want to create a budget. Be aware of where your money goes and limit any expenditures that are unnecessary. Take a look at places where you are spending more than you need. Perhaps you could make some cuts to optional entertainment costs or eliminate subscriptions or memberships that you no longer use. 

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Saving money is absolutely necessary for good financial health. You need to have a plan in place and accumulate a balance to draw upon in case of an emergency or to make a large purchase. 

You also need to set aside some money each month for retirement. The sooner you begin to save, the easier it will be to accumulate the amount that you need. If you put off saving this money until later in life, you will need to budget more of your paycheck for your retirement savings.

Purchase Life Insurance

One good way to build financial security is by purchasing a whole life insurance policy. A whole life insurance policy allows you to access the cash value built up in the policy in some cases. The idea of using a life insurance policy as a financial safety net is taken from the Infinite Banking Concept. This concept means that if you fund a dividend paying life insurance policy, then you will have access to funds that you can rely upon in the event of an emergency. 

Keep in mind that the death benefit of a whole life insurance policy will be reduced if you use the cash value in advance. You can pay more into the policy at a later date to make up for this. Make sure you do your research and determine which type of policy is best for you. 

The infinite banking concept is a good idea because it allows you to essentially borrow money from yourself instead of taking out a loan with a bank that could have high interest rates.

Consolidate or Refinance

If you have a lot of debt such as student loans or credit card balances, you could consider consolidating this debt. Consolidation means that you would take out a new loan from one entity to cover the cost of all of your combined debt from all different creditors, usually at a much lower interest rate. You use the consolidation loan to pay off the higher interest creditors. 

Consolidating your debt can make it easier to manage your money since you will be paying one single payment towards the consolidation loan each month, instead of many creditors.

You can also consider refinancing your home to see if you can get a better interest rate. Work with your bank to see what is available and what you would qualify for. A lower rate will save you money going forward. 


Investing some money in stocks or other assets is another way to build financial security. The money that you use for these ventures should not be money that you need to use for your day-to-day living expenses. You should only use extra money that you won't be needing in the short term since you won't be getting it back for some time if you truly want to benefit. Stocks can be bought and sold, with the money reinvested as new opportunities and information arise.

You could also work to accumulate assets to build wealth. For example, if you have a second home, you could consider renting it out for additional income. There are many ways that you can build-up your finances. The sooner you begin, the better off you will be and the more secure your financial future will look.

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