Are you ready for a powerful New Year’s resolution?
Eliminating debt, learning new spending habits, or building savings are choices that can change your life. They can affect your entire wellbeing – from stress levels, to physical and mental health. The new year is a great time to commit to your financial health.
New toys, tech, and other gifts are fun to receive during the holidays, but they don’t come cheap. Add seasonal travel, decorations, and festive meals, and it's easy to see why many households find themselves with thousands of dollars of holiday debt after the season has passed. Don’t let this happen to you!
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'Tis the season to be jolly...even if you can't carry a tune. But, when you don't have enough cash to pay for holiday expenses, it may not be as easy to enjoy the season. Don't worry - you can still participate in all the yuletide fun, even on a tight budget.
Here are some clever ways to join in on all the merry-making festivities, even if you sound "pitchy".
Sometimes managing your finances is like trying to keep an oversized beach ball under water because, no matter how hard you try to show it who's boss, it keeps popping back up. Focusing on just one small tactic could make your budgeting struggles drift away so that you can spend valuable time enjoying the waves of life.