You Can Save for More Than One Goal at a Time. Here’s how.

It’s possible to juggle more than one financial objective at a time, and it doesn’t have to be an either-or scenario. Focus on these five strategies to help you make the most progress.


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Juggling multiple financial goals can leave you wondering how to fund them all.

But you don't have to make either-or decisions.

There are simple strategies that can help you find a good balance.

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Of course, you'll want to start by prioritizing.

[The woman is now home with her teenage kids, helping her son with homework while her husband helps their daughter]

Some goals are "needs", such as creating a cash cushion for emergencies or paying off high-interest debt.

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Others are "wants" like a dream vacation or kitchen remodel.

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And, with retirement possibly years away, it's easy to think this need can wait.

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But the earlier you start saving for retirement, the more likely you'll have a comfortable nest egg later.

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Some goals may be quicker to achieve than others. But with a bit of planning, you might be enjoying that vacation sooner than you thought.

[The woman now sits on an outdoor cushion with her husband while they talk]

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Talk to a Mutual of Omaha licensed financial advisor to learn more about savings strategies that help support all your financial goals.