In my latest article for Lending Tree – It’s Not Too Late: Financial Checklist for the New Year! – I talked about creating a financial to-do list for the start of the New Year. Many people plan their lives around simple to-do lists. I, too, love a good to-do list. It keeps things organized, keeps you on top of your game, and provides instant gratification when you cross off a small task.
So, why shouldn’t we have a to-do list for our finances? In fact, a to-do list to start the year off on the right financial foot could set the groundwork for a successful and prosperous year.
Here’s a snippet from the article:
“If you cross one thing off this to-do list, make it this one. Having a budget as a daily reminder to not spend more than $100 on mascara every month can be just the boost you need to save some extra dough. Trust me: If it worked for me, it can work for you, too.”
Read more at: It’s Not Too Late: Financial Checklist for the New Year!