By Skyline On Friday, December 08 th, 2017 · In , ,

FIELD NOTE: DECEMBER 2017

FINANCIAL RESOLUTIONS

A measly 8% of New Year’s resolutions are seen through to achievement. Below are American’s most common financial resolutions.

Which of the following are financial goals you hope to achieve within the next 10 years?

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While budgeting for recreation is important, many Americans are heading into a retirement crisis. It is estimated that Americans are $4.1 trillion short on individual retirement savings, not including the growing national social security deficit. Skyline is concerned regarding the extent to which these figures reflect America’s financial wellness and priorities. With 2017 retirement contributions deadlines just around the corner, Skyline reminds you to follow your advised 401(k) and IRA contribution plan.

To read more about the 2017 Harris Poll that inspired this Field Note, visit Nerd Wallet. For your reference, we have included 2017 contributions limits below.

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