Money

Answering these three questions could help bankroll your dream life

They could be the million-dollar questions.

What would you do if money were no obstacle?

George Kinder, author of The Seven Stages of Money Maturity, has developed a tool to help people discover the things that are most important to them - especially when it comes to finances.

Kinder wants you to think about to help you get your financial house in order and live the life you want.

He suggests that if you do nothing else, the key is to start tracking everything you earn and spend - knowledge is power.

But to find out your personal reason of why you should get your money in order, answer these three questions:

1. How would you be living your life right now if money were not an issue?

2. If you knew you would die in five to seven years, how would you live your life?

3. If you died tomorrow, what regrets would you have?

For more money tips from George Kinder, check out the April issue of NEXT magazine, out now.

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