New Year’s Resolutions for 2018

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New Year’s resolutions are popular because this is a great time to reflect on what parts of your life could use improvement.  “Losing weight” is always popular as is some aspect of improving our finances.  Improving your financial future is one of the most useful aspects of your life to improve because it affects so many other things.  So I’m pointing you to my series on great New Year’s resolutions that can actually change your financial future during 2018.  The Financial Guide to Life deals with managing, saving, investing, and spending your money, so I am recommending four personal finance new year’s resolutions that are achievable and can bring you financial security and peace of mind.

New Years Resolutions for 2018

  1. Live within your means.
  2. Save by paying yourself first using auto-pay.
  3. Make investing easy.
  4. Avoid paying full price.

Identify which financial areas are most important to you, set priorities, and make a plan for your new years resolutions for money management.

Start here to put these in perspective.

About John Kimball

Over the past few decades, I have experienced most of these financial issues with both mistakes and successes. I sure wish someone had told me these things when I was first starting out. So many times I have cried out, "I want a do over!" when I learned a new financial lesson or tip. I aim to pass along to you the financial insights I have gained from experience, reading, analysis, and living the financial aspects of managing, saving, investing, and spending your money. I am an analyst with a large organization and happily married with two children on their way to an expensive college, no doubt. I read numerous financial blogs, websites, newsletters, magazines, newspapers, and books to bring you the latest news, insights, tips, and lessons combined with decades of experience.

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