January 3, 2011
This time of year there is much spoken and written about resolutions, plenty of it humorous and quickly forgotten. Losing ten pounds, exercising more - I'm not going to do that myself so I have no critique to offer in that department. But this is a great time for a brief annual review of your personal finances. It doesn't have to be boring or painful, and there's no need to perspire. Here's step one:
- Spend less - save more.
In my next post I'll detail a tax cut that starts today and can help you save painlessly this year.
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