Summer resolutions - don't they seem as though they're made to be broken?
It's a discouraging thought, but what if you were able to buck that trend in 2007? To increase your chances for success, here are a whole bunch of money-related resolutions that most of us can't afford to break.
If you follow through on just one or two of these, you'll unavoidably improve your bottom line in the summer time.
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1. Slash the incidentals. Carefully read through one of your credit-card statements, staying on the lookout for ongoing monthly fees that you may have utterly forgotten about. Cancel any club memberships you don't use and magazine subscriptions you don't read. And if necessary, resolve to stop spending hard-earned money on lottery tickets.
2. Pay yourself first. This is a good time for an honest self-analysis: What have your saving habits been like in the past year? If it seems like all the money you make falls Read More »from 10 Summer Resolutions for Saving Money