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Financial Resolutions You Should Make in 2014

Ringing in the New Year isn't only about sipping champagne and watching the ball drop, it's also the time to set new resolutions. While setting personal goals like getting in shape or learning a new language are important, don't forget about your finances.Whether you are looking to beef up your retirement account or eliminate debt, it's all about setting realistic and quantitative goals."People bite off more than they can chew," says Kimberly Foss, founder of Empyrion Wealth Management . "They have great aspirations both physically and fiscally but three quarters of the way into January, everything fizzles out."Financial planners recommend setting one to three financial goals for 2014 and offer the following suggestions that anyone can pledge to do in the new year:Resolutions No.1 Live Within Your MeansFor most of us, plastic is king at the checkout register. Swiping a credit card is fine as long as you pay off your statement every month, but it can be easy to overspend when all it tak...

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