Seven new year’s money resolutions for 2019 that you won’t give up

Health and financial goals are some of the primary resolutions we make at the beginning of the year, but unfortunately, many of us seldom keep them. Felicity Hannah has compiled a list of achievable financial goals that anyone can stick to throughout 2019. For instance, changing your saving method to an automated one will allow you to save money automatically without even putting any thought into it. Before you know it, you will have accumulated an extensive amount of cash.

Key Takeaways:

  • If someone has made a financial resolution for the new year to clear debt or to budget has failed in the new year, they are not alone.
  • After resolutions concerning health and well being, money resolutions took the second place in the resolutions for 2018.
  • One achievable new year financial resolution is to save an appreciable amount this new year. The secret is to break the savings into small chunks.

“Research from Ford Money shows that only 22 per cent of people actually kept their new year’s resolutions in 2018.”

Read more: https://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/new-year-resolutions-money-personal-finances-budget-savings-credit-cards-loans-a8701596.html

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