7 money resolutions to make this year

New Year’s is a time of reflection and to refresh, which is why so many people make resolutions and yet, more often than not they’re just false promises.

Almost half of Americans (45%) make resolutions every January, but only 8% keep them, according to research from the University of Scranton’s Journal of Clinical Psychology in Pennsylvania. There’s hope people will take financial resolutions more seriously in 2017 though: 36% of Americans are making money resolutions for 2017, and 49% said they had achieved majority of their goals this year compared to 43% the year before, Boston-based mutual fund company Fidelity Investments’ annual resolutions survey found.

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