A new year inevitably arrives full of hope and promise, and so it should! There are well intentioned resolutions that lead to a promise of better things to come. Whether it’s to lose weight, achieve a certain level of fitness, or reduce debt, it’s always a long ask for most people. Many resolutions hardly make it past the first quarter of the year, let alone to the end of the year.
Financial resolutions should not be implemented on a whim or fancy and then fade into the distance after a few short weeks. There is a skill and art to making your money resolutions stick, and a recent article on the CNBC website gives some excellent advice on the subject.
Why not try and make this year different, make your financial resolutions realistic and keep them for the duration of the year?