New Year's resolutions plot path to financial health in 2020

Published on December 27, 2019, 7:41 am

Published by BC Local News

As 2019 fades into the rear-view mirror and 2020 looms ahead, advisers recommend that Canadians assess their current financial health and take a look back to discover how they got here and what they can improve upon in the coming year. Brian Betz, a counsellor at Money Mentors in Calgary, says consumers should get their bank and credit card statements for the past year and study them to see where the money went. Then they should set very specific goals and targets. (The Canadian Press)

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