Year after year, getting healthy is a top New Year’s resolution for Americans, while saving more and spending less typically ranks lower on the list of priorities. While many people will purchase gym memberships they may never use, taking steps to improve financial wellness is a resolution worth pursuing, and sticking to.
Saving more and spending less is a good place to start when trying to improve your financial situation; however, many people require additional help to reach their goals. CFP Board Ambassadors – CFP® professionals who help to support CFP Board’s consumer advocacy and mission to benefit the public – offer the following tips to help you become and stay financially fit.
Big or small, everyone can take steps to improve their financial well-being. This year – while you’re working on your physical fitness – get you finances in shape by scheduling a meeting with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who can help you take action to improve your financial situation.