8 Warning Signs You Won’t Have a Financially Viable Future

Are you making these same money mistakes?

If middle-class Americans hope to build a financially viable future, it’s up to us to make the best decisions we can, no matter what’s happening with the economy at large.

Here are eight money mistakes the middle class needs to stop making to turn things around:

  1. Racking up too much debt
  2. Not having an emergency fund
  3. Not giving your retirement a raise when you get one
  4. Relying entirely on a 401(k) plan
  5. Not taking advantage of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
  6. Delaying retirement savings
  7. Forgetting to update beneficiary designations on retirement accounts, life insurance policies, and annuities
  8. Spending too much on depreciating assets

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