This past year came with more than its fair share of drama and challenges. It’s time to take a look back and reflect on your financial goals.
For many of us, this past year might have seemed like a write-off financially. Stuck at home, long days of internet shopping for things we don’t need, and a lower income than normal. Or maybe you had a brilliant year, using lockdown to do some home renovations, saving more since you weren’t going out, and you were productive.
Either way, it’s time to do a bit of financial self-reflection. Just like some people make New Year’s resolutions, it’s a great opportunity to see what went right—or wrong—in your finances, and how to make next year a better one.