Weekly Shout Outs: New Year’s Eve Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: New Year's Eve EditionHappy New Year! While there are many opinions about new year’s resolutions, we can’t help but be excited at the chance to evaluate the previous year and create new goals for the year to come. So as 2012 comes to a close, take a look at some of these great articles from the past week which help you not only set new year’s resolutions – but set resolutions that will last. We hope you enjoy these and that you have a fun and safe new year celebration!

Set Realistic Goals For The New Year By Looking Back At What You Accomplished (Bible Money Matters)
Evaluate previous goals and progress before setting new goals. This article tells you how so you can set realistic goals for the new year.

7 Steps to Creating Lasting Financial Resolutions (MoneyNing)
Are you afraid to set new year’s resolutions in case they don’t last? This article tells you what to do to create resolutions you’ll actually be able to keep.

Personal Finance and New Year’s Resolutions: How to Achieve Financial Goals (GoGirl Finance)
Will your resolutions this year focus on improving your finances? If yes, don’t miss these tips on how to achieve financial goals in the new year.

6 Action Tips for Improving Your Career in the New Year (Cash Money Life)
A career boost can certainly equal a financial boost! Read on for some strong action tips to make in the new year and take your career to the next level.

4 Ideas to Boost Your Income in 2013 (Christian Personal Finance)
Need some help figuring out how to boost your income in the new year? Look no further than these tips that can make a big difference in your budget!

While we’re on it, we can’t forget to mention our appreciation for being included in Smart Military Money’s roundup last week! And don’t forget to take a look at our financial checklist for young professionals over at Ms. Career Girl.

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