It’s the time of year when people resolve to change their lives, from
getting in shape to improving relationships and achieving work-life
balance. Financial goals also top the list of New Year’s resolutions –
and are easier to attain than you might think.
“It’s actually easy to cut expenses and save money – even a few dollars
at a time – but many people give up too quickly,” said Mike Sullivan, a
personal finance consultant with Take Charge America, a
national non-profit credit counseling and debt management agency.
“The key is to set realistic goals, celebrate small victories and get
creative with cost-cutting.”
Sullivan offers nine tips for sticking to financial resolutions in 2019.
For more financial tips and guidance, check out Take Charge America’s Financial
Education Center or take its free
online debt review.
About Take Charge America, Inc.
Founded in 1987, Take Charge America, Inc. is a nonprofit agency
offering financial education and counseling services including credit
counseling, debt management, student loan counseling, housing counseling
and bankruptcy counseling. It has helped more than 1.6 million consumers
nationwide manage their personal finances and debts. To learn more,
or call (888) 822-9193.
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