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Savvy Resolution: Get Savvy in 2008

I don't know about you, but New Year's Resolutions have always been sort of a turn off for me. My aversion probably stems back to the fact that they were forced during grade school, and even at times in high school (write your resolutions in Spanish, for example). I've been off the resolution train for some time now, but am getting back on in 2008.

In the spirit of getting organized, we've crafted a handy Resolution Worksheet for you to keep track of all your financial goals for the new year.

Some of the goals like retirement savings are totally universal, while some of you may have specific career goals that you can jot down in the free space. As you accomplish the goals, you can check them off your list, which I think is one of life's little pleasures. I'll be checking in with you in a month to see how you're doing with your resolutions and feel free to share any of your goals in your comments below!

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