January 9, 2013 Posted by: Liann Walborsky
As much as we might like to deny it, many of us tend to make New Year’s resolutions. Even if you don’t technically believe in the concept of a “resolution,” it’s hard not to think about what you’d like to accomplish or change as you embark on a new 12 month-period. There’s always the “eat better and exercise” promise we tend to make, but what about cleaning up your finances? This is something you can actually make progress on with a little determination and a strategy. Below, we’ve laid out some areas to focus on in 2013 to make for a (hopefully) more financially secure 2014.
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