Forget New Year’s Resolutions. This Is How to Set Financial Goals You’ll Stick To

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Money-related New Year’s resolutions are common because many people want to improve their financial situation. Unfortunately, making a resolution generally isn’t enough to set you up for success. In fact, saying you want to “get out of debt in 2021,” or “save more money,” or accomplish some general financial desire is really a wish in most cases — and that’s why many resolutions are abandoned by February. 

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