Setting financial goals are a part of life and when it comes to setting the plan in action, many individuals do not know where to start. A great place to start would be making more than one payment a month on your mortgage. Paying off your mortgage at an earlier rate can save you tons of cash in interest fees, and your home will be paid off sooner. Another great financial goal is to only have low interest rate credit cards and avoid high interest loans. If you’re the type of person that always keeps a high balance on your credit card, having a lower interest rate will be really beneficial. If you’re doing your taxes this year, and you’re hiring a tax agent, don’t do it. Doing your own taxes can save you as much as five hundred dollars in tax fees, you can use that money on a fun splurge. Another way to get your financial life in order would be to do a complete checkup on all your assets that includes money that you have in the bank, insurance converges, and your will. Once you have your financial life in order, you can then sit back and count all the money your saving by taking control.