Seriously, April 1 may be April Fool's Day, but starting your new resolutions now still makes sense.
Whenever we reach the end of a year and look ahead to the next, we spend time looking back. We think about the past year and our successes and failures in everything from our income, to our family, to education. The year in review is only something we can remember, not something we can change.
For many of us, the biggest indicator of our past and present success is our financial well-being. Were you able to take that exciting vacation? Did you have money available for that