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Shelley Elmblad

Into the New Year: Money Earned and Money Burned

By December 28, 2013

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The holiday shopping is done, and menu is planned and hopefully, your plane landed on time. As holiday parties are come to an end, take time to relax and set financial goals for a new year. Now it's time to relax for a few days.  When the celebrations are over, think back on the past year's financial successes and failures.  If you learn from both money earned and money burned, 2014 will be a more financially stable and successful year for you.

You will get better at managing your money all year long if you use personal finance software to track your spending, organize savings goals or to keep a tighter budget.  For the most convenience, consider using online financial software, an Android app or an app for iPhone or iPad. If you prefer to work on your desktop or laptop computer, there are great selection for Windows desktop personal software or Mac software.  Before you buy any software, take a look at your options for free personal finance software.

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