Getting out of debt is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions—it’s right up there with losing weight. And like losing weight, it’s a resolution that, more often than not, is broken before January comes to an end.
Everyone should set financial goals for their families. In setting these goals, it is important to be smart about the kind of goals you set and your plans for meeting those goals.
Briefly, here are the 5 financial resolutions you shouldn’t make for 2010. Read the entire Money Couple Minute HERE to get all the details for each one.
1. We Will Spend Less
2. We Will Not Fight About Money
3. We Will Have Our Finances Under Control By April
4. We Will Have a Perfect Budget
5. This is the Year We Get Out of Debt
Again, there are full descriptions of each of these resolutions not to make. You can find them in this week’s Money Couple Minute.