Thursday February 27, 2020

Make some new year money resolutions

Aim to improve your financial health for 2014 with some planning and achievable saving goals, writes Emma Kennedy.

29th December, 2013
A bit of planning is necessary to get family finances in order. Picture: Getty

As January dawns, most of us will put down the chocolates, reach for the runners and plunge head first into our good intentions.

When it comes to money, many of us are less proactive, with financial planning often put on the long finger. And for those who do vow to improve their finances in 2014, goals can often be too vague.

For many people, the main problem with their finances is a lack of direction. ''Lots...

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