New Year’s Day always seems to bring an air of magic along with it. It’s a new beginning, an opportunity to wipe your slate clean, make big changes, and start fresh. That’s what new year's resolutions are all about. Perhaps you want to work out more or spend less time watching tv and more time reading, or pursue that hobby you’ve always been interested in but never made the time for. Whatever your new year's resolutions are, the magic isn’t in making of the resolution itself, but in sticking to it.
One resolution that you hear often is financial health, and the new year is the perfect chance for people to finally change their money habits and gain a more robust understanding of their personal finances. Financial fitness can be a difficult resolution to stick to and achieve, but these five resolutions can help you increase your financial health today and throughout 2021.