Simple Year End Reading to start the new year right

by B Simple

in Roundups

A new year is also upon us which means tax time and new year’s resolutions are round the corner. Many of us are still getting over Christmas but a new year is less than a week away. So now is the time to set your financial goals and do some year-end tax planning. Here are some post from this week that can help you plan for the new year:

Wondering where and how to start planning for the new year. This post Start Thinking NOW About How You Will Rock 2011! will help you get started.

If you want to simplify your personal finances, you need to have a budget. Now is a good time to start one if you do not have one or review and revise the one you have. Wisebread offers 8 Tips for Improving or Starting a Budget.

Looking for some additional help with your budget for the new year. Canadian Finance Blog offers 10 Free Sites for Personal and Family Budgeting. I am sure one of these site will help you get your budget in order.

To simplify your finances you should avoid some personal debt. Moolanomy offers some tips in How to Avoid a Personal Debt Crisis.

Sometimes to plan for the coming year its best to review the previous year. Dumb Little Man offers 7 Important Questions To Ask Yourself Before The Year Ends to help you review the previous year.

Its always important to review your tax situation. JoeTaxpayer offers End of Year Tax Tips.

So take some action to start 2011 off on the right foot so you can simplify your personal financial life by planning now.

Take one step at a time to simplify. Have a Happy New Year!!!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog

Thanks for the mention!
.-= Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog´s last blog ..Homemade Christmas Gifts =-.

Jane Sanders

I read each of these for inspiration and this is a great article roundup. I hope to build my debt blog up to a level where my articles can be mentioned in lists like this.

Thanks for the motivation!! :)
.-= Jane Sanders´s last blog ..Straight from the Horse’s Mouth- Fair- Isaac CEO on Credit Scores =-.

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