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|The Promise and Peril of New Year Money Resolutions|
By FPA member Kevin Moore, CFP®, AIF®
As is customary this time of year, we begin to reflect on the year that is ending as well as the approaching year. This process can create a desire to “improve” one’s life in the coming year. This can result in diets, a commitment to increase exercise, or new approaches to handling your finances. As with commitments to diets and exercise, new approaches to finances can be fraught with both promise and peril. Here are a few things to consider when thinking of new ways to approach your finances in the New Year.
The end of the year can be reflective and inspiring. To improve the chances of reaching your financial goals in the coming year, it is important to remember the promise and perils of New Year resolutions. Perhaps by acknowledging these aspects of resolutions, we can increase our chances of success.
FPA member Kevin Moore, CFP®, AIF®, is a principal at i*financial. Securities and advisory services offered through Commonwealth Financial Network®, member FINRA/SIPC, a registered investment adviser. Strictly intended for individuals in: CA, CO, CT, DC, LA, MD, MN, NC, OK, OR, TX, VA, WA, WI. No offers may be made or accepted from any resident outside these states due to various state and registration requirements regarding investment products and services.