You make choices about your financial future every day. Whether it’s saving 10 percent of your income or purchasing a water bottle at the gas station, these small, seemingly insignificant choices can decide your financial future over time. And if you don’t carefully plan for your money to go where you’d like it to go? It can cost you your happiness and security in the long run.
Even though we might not think purchases that only cost a few dollars are significant, they actually are quite important. Especially when you consider those purchases from the perspective of compounded interest.