With holiday shopping winding down and a new year ahead, now is the time to start getting your finances under control. One in 3 people are planning to make a finance-related New Year’s resolution for 2023, according to a new survey from WalletHub. "Sixty percent of Americans feel anxious about the future of their finances, and 30% of people believe 2023 will be a worse year for their wallet than 2022,” said Jill Gonzalez, WalletHub analyst. “Americans are feeling the burden of prolonged inflation, and the debate over whether we’re already in a recession or one is simply inevitable certainly is not helping to foster a positive outlook.” If money is on your mind for the new year, these resolutions will help boost savings in 2023.
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