By Veronica Dagher
Whether you resolve to save more, spend less or become a better investor, you’ll need more than good intentions to keep your financial resolutions.
Above all, your resolutions need to be specific and realistic. You should also allow yourself some false starts and seek support from others if you want to be successful. These are common tips in goal-setting, but arriving at specific and realistic goals isn’t simple.
To help you set and keep your financial resolutions, financial planners, psychologists and resolution-setters themselves share some of their best actionable advice and tools.
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