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Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Finances

Do you find yourself making plans to improve your financial condition for 2014? If that is one of your resolutions, you are not alone. We found it as one of the top resolutions people make for a New Year. Now, we know money doesn’t mean everything and it can’t buy happiness, but having it controlled and managed can definitely ease your mind.

Our latest infographic gives you advice on how to better improve your financial situation for 2014. Small things like creating financial goals and keeping a spending journal can make all the difference.


One Reply to “Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Finances”

  1. I will keep a spending journal. If I know where the money is going I can make changes. I have a few automatic payments, like Netflix and other monthly subscriptions. I need to see if they really provide value. $5.99 a month does add up.

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