Financial Reflections

Financial Reflections

Learn to be thankful for what you already have, while you pursue what you want. Jim Rohn

As 2020 winds down, we are left with time to reflect on this turbulent year. We should use this time to take stock of what we have, where we are, and establish new goals. Now is the time to assess what has happened and how we came to this situation. What have we gained? What were we able to rely on this year? It’s tempting to try and control every aspect of our lives, but we know that simply isn’t possible. This year it is critical for us to be grateful for what we have for us to move forward with purpose and positivity.

Here at NorthRidge it’s important for us to be your partner in helping you access your own money, now and in the future. With our Free Kasasa Cash Program you can save money on ATM visits each month. While this amount may seem small, it is an important part of our financial journey together. This small feature makes saving a tad easier.
If you haven’t started thinking about how much money you saved this year when using the ATM, perhaps think about what the future holds for you. Are there any big trips or purchases coming up in 2021? Will you need a new car once the winter is over? Do any of our services, such as loans, IRAs, or CDs cross paths with your future goals? Come talk with us and let us help you reach your goals.

Take some time this month to look over your finances. Push yourself to assess your financial habits throughout the year as we gear up for the holidays and the upcoming new year. There are plenty of things we can do here at the NorthRidge offices to ensure success for all of us for years to come. If you promise to take some time to reflect upon your finances and find something to be grateful for, we promise that we will continue to work hard to support you and your financial needs.

We learned about gratitude and humility – that so many people had a hand in our success, from the teachers who inspired us to the janitors who kept our school clean…and we were taught to value everyone’s contribution and treat everyone with respect.Michelle Obama