Now is a great time to get your finances in order for 2016. Kate Ashford of Forbes Magazine has 7 Money Resolutions to make your 2016 brighter.
No matter what your financial goals, now is the time to tackle them. You’re starting fresh (tax-wise, anyway), you’re probably a little cash-shocked from the holidays, and you’re in a goal-setting frame of mind. Need more incentive? According to a 2015 Fidelity survey, 29 percent of those people who made money-related resolutions at the start of 2014 actually achieved their goals, while 74 percent got at least halfway there. What’s more, half believed they were better off financially. Here are seven ways to improve your fiscal picture. Click Here for the full article.
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