Your Guide to Financial New Years Resolutions

The new year is underway, the kids are back in school and my beloved Alabama Crimson Tide's football season has come to a very disappointing finish. With that it is time to fully focus now on the things we can do to improve in 2019. As a financial planner I will focus just on financially related items. I need to lose 10 pounds like most people, ok, closer to 20, but unfortunately I don't have expert advice on how to do that so will stick to what I know. Below is a list of 8 things you can tackle this year to put your personal finances on more solid footing. Does it feel overwhelming to try and tackle all items on this list in one year? Don't stress about it. It is unrealistic to do all of th

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