What’s your magic number?

Everyone has one.

For some, it’s a salary or net worth you aspire to achieve. For others, it’s a wellness goal or status symbol that lets everyone know “you finally made it” in your pursuit of happiness. The thought process sometimes goes like this: “If only I had a guaranteed salary of $X with a bank account of $X, that would be enough.”

The question is: once you reached that goal, have you ever not expanded your definition of enough farther into the future? If so, you’re not alone. Striving – and surviving – is part of our human nature.

The value lies in knowing when enough is truly enough. This can be difficult in these inflationary times with talk of economic uncertainty — the U.S. debt ceiling and its bearing on Social Security and retirement planning. Together, we can take steps to design a plan that grows with you through life’s ups and downs.

Let’s keep this conversation going. Let the articles below serve as inspiration this week as well. Enjoy!

Can We Ever Really Have Enough?

What Happens to Social Security Benefits if the U.S. Hits the Debt Limit?

What’s Ahead for the Banks as the Dust Settles After Failures

Why Some Individuals Struggle With Retirement

We May Be Getting Used to High Inflation, and That’s Bad News

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