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by sitecore\kmcgrigg on January 04, 2010

Saving more money, reducing debt, managing money better, and eliminating the use of credit cards are among the most popular financial resolutions people are setting this New Year. However, fifty-six percent of those surveyed said that they do not plan to set any financial goals in 2010. Whether deterred by uncontrollable forces (like the economy and job loss) or just fear of lacking the self-discipline to follow through, the New Beginnings eBook aims at helping consumers start the new year off right by setting and keeping financial resolutions that not only improve their finances, but also improve their life.

New Beginings eBook

New Beginnings covers:  

  • Ten financial resolutions worth keeping
  • Steps to get a grip on financial clutter
  • How to set realistic financial goals and resolutions
  • How to personalize goals to make them more achievable

New Beginnings offers a step-by-step guide to turning resolutions into action-oriented steps that make achieving financial success in 2010 a reality. Download your free copy today! 

Comment(s)

Anonymous says:
February 28, 2010

I would like to receive the free e-book "New Beginnings".



Anonymous says:
April 16, 2011

Please send me the e book



Anonymous says:
December 12, 2013

The link doesn't work. "resolutions.moneymanagement.org" brings up a 'Page does not exist" error message. Hmm, sounds familiar...



Elizabeth Alleyne says:
January 09, 2010

My husband an I are seniors and in financial trouble. He is retired and I am still working, but want to retire and can't yet. We need help and this looks like a place to start. Thank you,Elizabeth Alleyne



Grace Dormer says:
December 05, 2013

I'd like to read the e-book on money management.



Jennifer Morrow says:
March 01, 2010
Website: http://resolutions.moneymanagement.org

To download the ebook, please visit resolutions.moneymanagement.org.



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