Financial Advice To Keep or Toss In 2020

The closing of one year and the beginning of another is not only a great time to focus on establishing new, healthier habits and philosophies, but also to recognize those that no longer serve us well because our lives have changed. Taking inventory of these is what ultimately allows us to create space for self-betterment.

As we all know, there’s good life advice and there’s bad life advice, and the same goes for financial advice. As part of our #NewDecadeNewYou campaign, we’ve rounded up five pieces of common, personal financial advice from the 2010s that are either still relevant or outdated, in the hopes that they will help us all better reach our goals in 2020 and the decade ahead.

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