What Are Your 2011 Goals?
November 28, 2010
Thanksgiving just ended and your New Years resolutions are probably the farthest thing from your mind right now. But we all know times flies so before you know it we’ll be in 2011. If you wait to set your goals until next year has already begun you’ll be starting out behind.
People who start their diet a few weeks before January 1st and hit the ground running have more success than those who begin New Year’s diets two or three weeks into the next year. From a financial perspective, there is spending planning you can do to support your goals for next year – and don’t forget the year end tax moves you can make now.
Of course, one of the keys to achieving your goals is to set specific objectives that you can track and measure progress against. I don’t have all my goals detailed out for next year yet but I will in the next week or two. So, get to work on your goals to make 2011 a productive year!
I know we all like to procrastinate so here are a few personal finance articles you can check out before sitting down to figure out your goals : )
- The Secret Power of No @ Money Crush
- What is Quantitative Easing? @ Lazy Man and Money
- How Private Are Your Finances, Really? @ Moolanomy
- What Happens to Your Debts After You Die? @ Cash Money Life
- What to Do When the Unexpected Happens @ Eventual Millionaire
- Why Co-Signing for a Loan Isn’t a Good Idea @ Rainy Day Saver
- 60 Reasons Why Personal Finance is So Damn Hard @ Fiscal Fizzle
- Preferred Stock Selection Criteria – Primer on Preferred Stocks IV @ Million Dollar Journey
- 10 Ways to Invest $1,000 Dollars, Without Putting a Dime in the Stock Market @ Frugal Dad
- Can’t Find a Job? Start a Business @ Couple Money
- Three Ways to Make a Killing Without a College Degree @ Studenomics
- 8 Reasons Why I Quit My Dream Job to Be a Stay At Home Mom @ The Money Crashers
- Saving Up for a College Education @ Suns Financial Diary
- How Does A Roth IRA Conversion Affect College Funding? @ The Digerati Life
- The Perfect Wedding Doesn’t Cost Much @ Consumerism Commentary
- Six Painless Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill @ Free Money Finance
- Ten Ways to Get the Most Out of a Vacation @ Narrow Bridge
- 10 Inexpensive Christmas Gifts Under $10 @ My Dollar Plan
- The Anatomy of a Coupon @ Frugal Confessions
- 4 Money Smart Holiday Gifts @ Cash Flow Sherpa
- Online Black Friday Sales and Beyond @ Generation X Finance
Thanks to the following sites for including our articles in their carnivals:
Carnival of Personal Finance
Credit Cards and Saving
Festival of Frugality
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