The New Year is traditionally a time of renewal. We have never needed renewal more than right now, as 2020 rolls over onto a clean slate for 2021! Now is a great time to make bold, decisive changes in your life. If you’re looking for some resolutions to improve your finances, we’re pleased to offer seven ways to make this your “Year of the Dollar!”
Get more exercise. Lose weight. Quit smoking. These are the bold boasts of New Year’s resolutions. Folks commit themselves to radically changing their lives at the start of the calendar year. Let’s look at some of the most oft-made New Year’s resolutions and how to translate them into personal finance resolutions.
We all grow up hearing the same financial advice: Spend less, save more and invest early. While these words of wisdom certainly ring true, there are many widespread money management tips that are actually false… or, at the very least, they shouldn’t be automatically accepted as iron-clad truths. Outlined here are 7 money myths that might be causing you more financial stress than benefit.
It’s not too late to fix the financial mistakes we all make when we’re young and blissfully ignorant. Here are six of the most common mistakes people make in their 20s and how to fix them.