Did you make financial resolutions last New Year's Eve? Did they fall by the wayside, along with the gym membership and your pledge to cut back on coffee? You are not alone. However, you still have time to make some progress on your financial goals.
Think back to the beginning of the year and the resolutions you made or intended to make and how much progress you made towards them. Chances are that they fall into one of these broad categories.
This time, don't wait until New Year's Day. Use the holidays to get your financial house in order. Establish budgets along with specific goals and the dates to meet them. You can build habits that will help you get through the holiday bill season and gather momentum to keep good financial practices throughout the rest of the year.
That is at least as important as going to the gym and cutting back on coffee and frankly, more likely to happen. Wouldn’t you agree?
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