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How Much Are Your New Year’s Resolutions Worth?

In case you missed it, Betterment has teamed up with the best personal finance bloggers to bring you tips, tricks and advice for reaching your financial resolutions in 2012.

Articles by Betterment Editors
By the Editorial Staff Betterment Resource Center Published Jan. 13, 2012
Published Jan. 13, 2012
1 min read

The conversation is still going strong on Blogging for a Better New Year, so check it out for fresh content daily. We recently posted a fun infographic on the value of some typical new year’s resolutions. The moment you realize where your money went last year is a heart-stopper. It made me vow to give up some bad habits – but that’s why we have New Year’s resolutions! Share yours on Twitter using #Better2012 or leave us a note on Facebook or Google Plus.

Saving in the New Year!

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