Setting Sail for Success: Charting Your Course with Medium-Term Financial Goals

It’s no secret that financial goals can be daunting. Having grand ambitions, such as paying off your mortgage or retiring early is admirable. But, at the same time, some of these goals can sometimes feel distant and overwhelming.

Imagine there was a bridge that connected the excitement of a quick win with the distant shores of a long-term goal. Well, fortunately, there is.

A medium-term financial goal is something you want to accomplish in one to five years, such as saving for college, purchasing a car, or starting a business. As a result of these goals, you are usually exposed to moderate risk, which means that your income, expenses, or returns

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