Read the three simple steps to help you reach your New Year's financial resolutions.
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When you can't count on a steady income stream,
money decisions can be challenging. All you can do is make the best decision
with the resources and information you have at the time. Taking time upfront to
establish your must-have criteria for an acceptable outcome might prove more
efficient and cost-effective than a trial-and-error method for deciding how to
use your limited money resources.
What You’ll LearnApply mindful strategies when faced with money decisions.
While your teen is learning about financial goals and decision-making, consider ways to reinforce learning from home.
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