1. 5 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To

    5 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To

    5 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To Kerri Anne Renzulli Reblog More than two thirds of Americans want to start 2020 on a better financial footing — but picking a smart money-related New Year’s resolution can make all the difference. Topping the list for those vowing to make financial changes were: saving more (53% of people), paying down debt (51%) and spending less (35%), according to an annual study conducted by Fidelity Investments .

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    1. Not only do you get a better interest rate, but having your savings out of sight and out of mind makes it so much easier to leave that money alone rather than spend it.
    2. This method works better than saying only spend 10% of your money on food or 20% on entertainment.
    3. Make this a habit and increase your contribution 1% every January. You will never miss the money and when you get a raise, your savings will increase automatically.
    4. Set a savings goal and then automate the appropriate incremental savings that would equal that goal by the end of the year.
    5. Double-check and, if necessary, adjust your withholdings on Form W-4. There are several situations that would warrant an adjustment including, but not limited to: a large tax refund or tax bill in the previous year, marriage/divorce, change in employment status, and change in the number of dependents.
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