If you want to be better with money in 2020, there are a few things you can do that will have a big impact.
For example, start tracking your spending to find out where you can save more; put your money in a high-yield savings account to help it grow; and eliminate any high-interest debt.
To lay a foundation for building long-term wealth, save a portion of your income in a retirement account and invest in the stock market.
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The good news? Your financial situation is not set in stone. A few smart decisions, like monitoring your spending, saving as much as you can, planning for the future, and seeking professional help, can set you on a path to wealth that will leave your friends wondering how they can get there, too.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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