If you’re like most people, you likely start each year with a list of resolutions to help improve various aspects of your life. The list may include resolutions to help you become more physically fit, further your career growth and improve your personal relationships. Another category of resolutions you may make centers on those that affect your finances.
It’s hard to believe, but 2019 is half over. Take a timeout from barbecues and mountain hikes to give yourself a mid-year financial checkup. Use the seven steps below to guide you.
Step 1: Revisit Your Budget
Take some time to review your monthly budget. Is it working for you or are you falling behind each month? After reviewing, adjust your budget as necessary.
Are you maintaining your new year’s resolutions? Setting a goal is the easy part. However, following through is usually not so easy—especially when it comes to financial goals. Sure, we’d all like to build a little savings or pay off debt, but staying on course can be a challenge when unexpected expenses or the temptation to spend comes up. Here are some tips to help you stay focused and keep moving ahead.
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2018 is almost here—are you ready? A brand-new year, always full of hope and resolutions, is the perfect time to make plans for financial improvements and resolutions to do more. Here are some tips to get you started.
Do you have trouble convincing yourself you need to stick to a budget every month or think your money problems will go away if you just don’t think about them too much? Having negative thoughts about money will only make it more difficult to overcome your financial challenges and reach your financial goals. We have some suggestions on how to fix your money mindset and replace negative attitudes with positive ones.