Make a New Year’s Resolution That Sticks!

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.

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Five Steps to Strengthen Your Financial Muscles

Getting your financial goals in shape requires discipline and determination. Credit card debt, economic challenges, and a competitive labor market are just a few factors that can challenge how you think about your particular financial situation. The question is, how can you improve your financial fitness? You can start your mindful monetary practices with the steps below so you can tone up your financial well-being.

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"Two Dos" for Financial Health

How exactly do you get your finances where you want them? Everyone’s situations and goals are a little bit different, but these two financial health to-dos are a great place to start.

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Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

An individual retirement account or IRA is an investment account that enables individuals to save for retirement. There are two types of IRAs: Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs.

Each calendar year, you can contribute up to a maximum dollar amount. The annual contribution limit for 2019, 2020, and 2021 is $6,000 (or $7,000 if you're age 50 or older).

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Getting a Home Mortgage

Buying a home is one of the most exciting and important decisions of your life. Before you go to an open house and get your heart set on your dream house, it’s a good idea to prepare. Knowing what you want and what you can afford, and understanding the mortgage process are all big pieces of the puzzle.

You’ll need to know your credit health and monthly budget. This will determine what you can afford.

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