4 Ways to Enhance Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

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As you might expect, especially among personal finance bloggers, financial resolutions are pretty popular. However, your New Year’s Resolutions should be about more than just generically “saving more”, “spending less”, or “paying down debt” What if you’ve been making solid progress in those areas? What if you are ready to take your finances to the next level?

Find out how Anna paid off $23,605 in college, personal loans, and credit cards.

Family Balance Sheet

Today’s Debt Free Story is from Anna. She is on a mission to help others become debt free. She writes at her personal finance website, And Then We Saved. What do you and your spouse do for a living? . I lived there for 2 years then I moved to Denver to go to photography school in 1998. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? What inspired you to get debt free? Debt Free Stories

P.E.P. for the Week of February 14-18/11-Planning Edition

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We get a visual picture every month of where are finances are and what we have spent our money on. We have more stable careers, we have no debt (other than our mortgage), and we own a home. I knew his determination and focus was something to remember, but I never thought of it in relation to finances. Personal Finance by the Book tells us how negotiating can put us on top. Life and My Finances shares with us how to keep moving expenses low. Reducing Debt.