#InspireMe2017: Finance Tips
We’re keeping a close eye on what you all tweet, share and post during this resolution season. So far we’ve learned that financial responsibility and growth is among the majority’s top priority. Out of the most shared lists on Twitter, we’ve read through and rounded up what we think is the most valuable advice from the likes of Forbes, LinkedIn and some small-biz experts.
CentSai is a group of self-proclaimed millennial financial experts. Their tips for financial resolutions are perfect for young people who want to get rid of debt in 2017 and save for the future. Our favorite tips?
— CentSai (@CentSai) January 1, 2017
1. Make Your Resolutions Visible
The Denver Post published their own list of finance resolutions that was quickly shared by CoBizFinancial, a financial services company catering to small business owners in Arizona and Colorado. This list focuses on ways everyone can improve their financial future in 2017.
— CoBiz Financial (@CoBizFinancial) December 28, 2016
2. Take Care of Financial Administrative Tasks
From consolidating retirement plans to writing wills and double checking beneficiaries. To financial institutions hoping to share the best finance tips for 2017, consider giving out postcards with a 2017 financial administrative checklist.
CPA Andrew Berg with more than 25 years of years of experience, shared Forbes’ list of money resolutions. While most finance resolutions lists repeat the same advice, Forbes added an impressive list or resources to help people stick to their goals.
— Andrew Berg (@bergcpa) December 29, 2016
3. Free Credit Reports and Credit Card Alerts
These are among the best resources to stay on track financially in 2017. Entrepreneur and Marketing Consultant Rickman Warren shared Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary’s 5 Financial Resolutions. The tips are what you’d expect from the infamous investor.
I'm not really one for resolutions, but here's some wisdom from Kevin O'Leary – 5 Financial Resolutions for 2017 https://t.co/Z5pl8IbX05
— Rickman Warren (@rickman_warren) January 1, 2017
4. Consider your Money Karma
Save money while you’re young to improve your situation down the road. Do you have extra income? Resolve to give a percentage of it to charity.