- Assessment – Start by compiling all of your personal financial information on income, assets and expenses.
- Setting goals – Set your goals by creating an objective to meet certain financial requirements.
- Creating a plan – Your financial plan details how to accomplish your goals. Those goals might include reducing unnecessary expenses, increasing your employment income or investing in the stock market.
- Execution – Executing your personal financial plan requires discipline and perseverance.
- Monitoring and reassessment – As time passes, you should monitor, reevaluate and adjust your personal financial plan as needed.
Debt management is the act of managing debts. Financial experts recommend that consumers track how much money they pay out every month, not only in terms of what they pay to reduce their various debts but also for everyday and cost-of-living expenses. By doing so, they may be able to identify ways to cut costs for luxuries and other purchases even before making more important decisions.
The Student Financial Management Center and the Offices of Student Accounts and Financial Aid are available to assist you. We ask all students use Panther Answer to submit their questions.
If you are not a student or you have not been admitted to the university, please send an email to SFMCguest@gsu.edu. Please include your full name and phone number in your message. One of our staff will respond to your question.