(NewsUSA) – You may say your 2017 New Year’s resolution is to cut back on sweets, but is that truly what you want most to have accomplished by year’s end?
By a margin of 69 percent to 30 percent, those surveyed for Fidelity Investment’s eighth annual “New Year Financial Resolutions Study” said they’d rather stick with a budget than a diet. Heck, with money paramount on so many people’s minds, even “catching up on sleep” failed to edge out “catching up on savings.”
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