It Only Just Began! Be Ready for Success …

By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, ▪Competency ▪ Experience ▪ Results

The first week of January 2017 is almost finished. And there are many regulations, updates of local and federal laws that took effect last January 1st.

For your own advantage, protection and convenience, it will be best to be aware of every new changes that has taken place or will be taking place in the near future.

Your first statements in 2017 may reflect some of these changes. Make sure that you will adjust your budgets that relate to cost of living expenses.

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For those who were more strategic and practical, they have adjusted these and have noted them at the same time before the end of 2016.

Let’s enjoy the ride for the year 2017. There are many challenges and successes that will be in the horizon, but let’s be optimistic on greater results that will benefit our personal and professional intents.

Don’t get misled of misinformation, take a look at the credibility of the source of information every time you get one. Don’t get left behind on certain matters that make sense or relevant to you as an individual or family. Make effective alternative plans for your convenience.

Knowledge, practical wisdom and specific techniques are always handy when it comes of affecting beneficial results.

The ReloNavCircle Newsletter will provide updates on these matters as they become available. So follow us or bookmark this page or join our #CirclesofInfluencers so that you will get notified when the information will get published.

Jacob Gerhsman of Wall Street Journal, wrote some insightful changes in numerous states. Take a look by clicking the following link; Updates for new rules, regulations and other stuff that will affect you in 2017.   (source: wsj.com)

Happy 2017 to everyone and wishing you all with best of successes.

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One response

  1. Reblogged this on IdeasN and commented:

    Indeed, these changes will have an immediate impact to our lives in either short term or long term.

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