December 19, 2017
With 2018 just around the corner, many people are beginning to think about their New Year’s resolutions.
While eating right and exercising more are certainly high on the list, one of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to better handle money. And while this is a great resolution, it’s not enough just to resolve to do something, you actually have to do it – so says Harold Evensky, a certified financial planner and professor of practice in the Texas Tech University Department of Personal Financial Planning. He can offer some tips to help people get past the resolution and actually get their finances in order.
Harold Evensky, professor of practice,(806) 392-2525 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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