The start of a new year is a eximious time to set up financial goals.
Your first step should be to understand how much money you have and to find out where it is customary, according to financial advisor Winnie Sun.
Sun recommends making a list of all of your financial assets, another with all of your debts and a third one slant how much money you spend per month.
Check out this video for more advice on what information you should encompass in the spreadsheets and to learn about four other financial moves you should make as 2021 starts.
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