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The end of the year is almost upon us.
Before you know it, you’ll be ringing in 2020 and making a list of New Year’s resolutions.
Yet you may want to get some things in order now so that you can head into next year on a strong financial footing.
“It’s smart to have a game plan going into the following year, especially around what you are trying to accomplish savings-wise,” said certified financial planner Tyler Huck, a financial advisor for Atlanta-based Oxygen Financial.
Zaneilia Harris, a CFP and president of Harris and Harris Wealth Management in the Washington metro area, likes to think of December as a launching pad that will allow you to get focused in 2020.
Just remember to make the time this month to accomplish your goals, she said.
“With the holidays, you can get caught up being busy if you don’t take the time to be quiet,” said Harris, a member of the CNBC Digital Financial Advisors Council.
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