Alicia Nelson-Bell, Finance Intern
Resolving to be better with your money in some way in the coming year is among the top three categories for New Year’s resolutions in the US according to a recent survey (Finder, 2020). Many lessons were learned from the unique year of 2020, including many ways in which people found that they were being successful in aspects of their lives as well as other ways in which they felt they could do better.
According to a 2020 article from Magnify Money, about 51% of Americans were planning on setting new years resolutions for 2021 that were finance related and 53% who set finance related resolutions for 2020 reported that they achieved it. If you are among the 51% of Americans that set a finance related resolution, this is for you because we want to help you be successful in reaching your goals. We have almost half of the year left, so now is the time to check in on how you are doing with your goals finance related and non-finance related.
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