(BPT) - By Mary Hines Droesch, Head of Consumer and Small Business Products at Bank of America
With summer coming to a close — and a busy holiday season not too far off — fall can be a good time to take a step back and look at your finances. For instance, do you need to recalibrate after splurging on a vacation? Have you started to plan a realistic holiday spending budget? How are you tracking on your financial goals, and can you make any changes to end the year on a high note?
If you are planning to set (or reset) your financial strategy for the rest of the year, here are five things to consider:
It can be hard to find time to really dig into your finances amidst all of life’s other responsibilities. But if you can do it now, you’re more likely to end the year in better financial shape than you started it.
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