Christmas is gone and so is your money—now what?
It turns out a lot of us lose sight of our financial goals and get a little too caught up in the holly, jolly spirit.
The National Retail Federation reported that the average consumer planned to spend $1,048 on everything from presents and lights to garland and tinsel this year.1 And SunTrust Bank said 56% of Americans felt pressure to overspend during the Christmas season.2 Were you that person?
Listen. You can’t go back in time and fix your mistakes, but you can take control of your future. The new year is knocking at the door. Now’s your time! Here’s how to make achievable financial goals and start 2020 off on the right foot.