Get Financially Fit: 10 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Wallet

December 24, 2012 ‐ By Blair Bedford


Too often at the beginning of a New Year, we don’t address one of the biggest problem areas in our lives: our finances. Instead of striving to be financially fit, our physical fitness is more important. While health and wellness should be a main priority in our lives, our finances should also take some type of priority as well. And as 2013 approaches, striving to be more wealthy should be another resolution to put on our list.

If you are looking to make a few changes in your financial part of life this New Years, here are a few suggestions of resolutions for your finances. Get in better financial shape in 2013!

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  • rentho

    My plan is to get completely out of debt and raise my credit score, I will try and pay off my smaller bills in 1 month and pay minimum on bigger bills. So glad I only have 1 credit card to tackle.