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Get Your Finances on Track for the New Year and a $100 Giveaway

About Kim Parr

Kim Parr is a private practice optometrist, freelance writer, and personal financial blogger. You can follow her journey to 20/20 financial vision at Eyes on the Dollar.

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  1. Great advice Kim, no wonder your blog is so popular!

    I’m fairly shocked to read ($44 billion on tobacco, $50 billion on alcohol, and $69 billion on gambling). Just think what charities could do with that money.
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  2. The one thing I need to do is change my withholdings. I changed them when we got married, but the HR department apparently never submitted the paperwork. I will be changing it again now because of the baby, so hopefully I can figure out the right ones to get the money in my pocket per month.
    Grayson @ Debt Roundup recently posted..Setting Goals For My Finances In 2013 + $100 GiveawayMy Profile

  3. This new year I am can’t wait to finish our journey out of debt, and stop the paycheck to paycheck cycle forever.. It is going to be a good year.
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  4. First you have to identify it is a problem. I normally do not keep snacks around the house because I have a weakness for them. Out of sight out of mind.
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  5. I removed coffee, soda and most snacks from my diet. I used to buy coffee at school more to get a table to hang out with friends than because I enjoyed the taste of it. Identifying why I spent and how much I enjoyed each item of my spending helped me focus only on what is important for me.
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  6. Retirement savings are so important, but I feel like it’s so hard for 20somethings to save for it because we are usually in a lot of debt and looking forward to owning a house and other goals (travel while still young and don’t have kids, etc.) that retirement savings is something that is made less of a priority. I have mine on auto-withdrawal, but honestly if you don’t have a 401k from your employer I don’t think many 20somethings would/are saving for retirement.
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  7. Great example of the power is putting some money away for retirement. If you are young you have the greatest power, time!

    All the best in 2013.
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  8. I’ve typed with the idea of adjusting my withholding but I’m one of those people that likes getting a lump sum. I usually invest my tax refund when it comes and its nice having a l large chunk of money to allocate at once.
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  9. Aren’t those nuts? We did a podcast episode that went over those 13 Yahoo! points. Some ugly stuff there.
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  10. Spend less on eating out!
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  11. Alicia@PaydayLoans@ Company

    You know when I saw this question of yours: Am I Saving Enough? My answer was- way not enough as looking back at my experience it is impossible to predict every single financial difficulty that can happen. But at least I am ready to most of them, because unlike many Americans I am saving all the time. Retirement is an issue for me, since I am only 25 and no matter what I am telling to myself, it always seems that my pension is so far from me. But really your article was worth to read. We should all follow some very simple rules!
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