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    Staying vigilant when it comes to your financial situation is one of the best ways to get control over your debt; here are some tips on how to improve your finances in 2013.

    Staying vigilant when it comes to your financial situation is one of the best ways to get control over your debt; here are some tips on how to improve your finances in 2013.

    Staying vigilant when it comes to your financial situation is one of the best ways to try to get control over your debt, build your savings and ultimately improve your financial standing. Here are some tips on what you can do to improve your finances in 2013:

    • Organize your finances – While this means that you should have a clear understanding of what you are spending each month in terms of your debts and cost of living, it also means that you should be organized in terms of what expenses are vital versus unnecessary or frivolous. If you can pinpoint how much you spend on unnecessary or “luxury” items (like fancy meals out, trips to the coffeehouse, etc.), then you can more easily reign in such purchases when you need to tighten your financial belt.
    • Don’t spend more than you can afford to – Although this may seem like a relatively simply axiom of good financial habits, it can be difficult to practice, especially when there is something you really want to purchase. However, sticking to this rule of thumb and only buying things that you can afford to purchase is a great way to avoid accumulating massive amounts of debt.
    • Shop around for a bank – With so many banking options these days, you do not have to settle for a bank that charges you ridiculous fees for basic services. Shopping around for a bank that won’t charge such fees, provides low-interest rate loans and has other options beneficial to you is a great way to hold onto the money you have worked so hard to earn.
    • Making saving a monthly habit – Building your savings is essential to improving your credit score and your financial standing, as well as to provide you with a cushion in case of the proverbial “rainy day.” Being diligent about adding money to your savings account on a monthly basis will help you slowly compile a healthy savings; in fact, think of this as another bill that you have to pay monthly so that you consistently add to your savings.

    If you are struggling with debt and are looking for a financial fresh start, contact the trusted Colorado bankruptcy lawyers at The Law Office of Andrew McKenna. For more than 20 years, we have been successfully overseeing our Clients’ bankruptcy cases so they can resolve their financial issues as beneficially as possible. Our comprehensive legal knowledge coupled with our vast experience allows us to consistently and efficiently help our Clients achieve the best possible resolutions to their financial matters. For an evaluation of your case and expert advice regarding how to move forward, call us at (719) 201-4527.

    
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