“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering, 'It will be happier.'”
-Alfred Lord Tennyson
Why do we make new year’s resolutions? Because we’d all like to live happier and more fulfilled lives.
Research indicates that happier people generally don’t fill up their lives with “things” that they hope will make them happy.
Will buying that new computer, car, or tech gadget make you happy in the long run? Or instead, would saving money toward a more secure future help cut down on financial stress and maybe even give you the option to retire a little earlier (or enjoy retirement a little more)?
Remember; it’s never too late to start saving and investing more. Here’s to a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2018!
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