Personal Finance Goals

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Figuring out where you will be financially years from now is hard to imagine. There are always what you plan, and then there's things that just happen that you would usually rather not have of. You can always make goals and things and hope that things go alright and end up close to what you expected. I am currently eighteen years old. I am working on setting up all my financial things so that I am independent and can rely on myself for what I need and not have to worry about having my parents approving of things and being responsible for what I choose to do. I am going to take out a small loan soon and work on building up my credit history. I am also planning on transferring all my things like my car and phone to my name. This summer I am going to get a full time job as a CNA and save up some money for next year college. I plan on hopefully going to the University of Minnesota Twin Cities for my bachelors degree in nursing. As I attend college I plan on staying employed as a CNA and working as much as possible so that I can afford to pay my tuition that I will basically be on my own with. During my college years I plan to get a few small credit cards just in case and also to keep my credit good. After I graduate, I would like to move somewhere south or west and work as a Psych RN. While I work as a RN, I may go back to school and complete my masters program to become a NP (nurse practitioner). I will be receiving my insurance through whatever company I am working at because that will be required in order for me to even apply. Hopefully I will have met someone by then and will get married after I receive my bachelors and will eventually have two kids. I will then purchase my own house and also a car. I will be paying insurance on both of these items. I will work the rest of my life as a Nurse and will eventually retire at the age of 65. Although I don't really know how well all of this will work out and I'm sure there are probably easier ways to...
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