New Year’s Resolution Check-In
This post comes from H&R Block Dollars & Sense’s family finance advisor Scott Gamm. Scott Gamm is the author of MORE MONEY, PLEASE. Follow Scott on Twitter: @ScottGamm. You may have helped your teen set financial resolutions for 2014, whether relating to savings, debt, money management or college goals. Two months into the New Year, it’s time to check for a resolution check-in, since March tends to be the month when New Year’s resolutions veer off track. When it comes to reestablishing these goals and bolstering their plan to achieve them, there are a few things you and your teen should keep in mind. First, it’s important to reiterate the resolutions and goals that were set at the start of the year. Ideally, these should have been written down, which tends to make these goals more tangible and attainable. Next, examine what went wrong and what went right over the past two months….