Jacob Sturgill, CFP®
Most of us have learned how we should take care of our physical health: visit the doctor at least once per year for an annual examination, make every effort to eat healthy, and fit in some daily physical activity. The annual examination serves as a baseline measurement for all future visits, and with it, our physician can more easily determine if our health is improving or declining over time. But what about assessing our financial well-being? Here we take a look at the financial health of Americans and provide some insight into how you can determine your financial baseline for comparison.