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If you’re resolving to improve your finances in the new year, there are several things you can do to position yourself for financial success.
Our experts offer several tips to help you get started. Here are some ways you can start improving your finances now:
Whether you want to prepare for retirement or pay for your kids’ college, start planning now.
Set both long-term and short-term goals. Figure out how much you’ll need in the long run and how much you’ll need to save each month to get there. Don’t be discouraged by the “sticker shock” of college or retirement. Even small, regular contributions can make a big impact over time.
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Just like dieting can be difficult without someone to guide you, it can be tempting to cheat on your financial plan without an advisor to help you work toward your goals. A financial planner can help keep you accountable and teach you about financial strategies you may not otherwise learn.
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Saving money doesn’t have to be difficult. Small sacrifices now can make a big difference later. Instead of thinking of it as a sacrifice, you can turn saving money into a game or a fun family challenge. And Bell Bank has free tools to help you.
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Different life stages call for different financial decisions and priorities.
When you’re just entering the workforce, school loans and car payments might be top of mind. Later on, a mortgage and the cost of raising kids might come into play. Wherever you are in life, it’s important to make regular contributions toward a retirement plan.
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Identity theft and imposter scams are growing problems. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) receives hundreds of thousands of consumer complaints of both each year, and many cases are not reported.
Protect yourself by learning about common scams and how to avoid phishing schemes. And if you’re a Bell customer, take advantage of our free fraud-fighting tools.
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