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We’ve said goodbye to 2020, thankfully, so how do you make the most of this new year and get your money working for you? Christine DiGangi, editorial director of The Balance, shares tips for getting back on track in 2021 and how to build a financial plan that works in this episode.
Christine DiGangi has dedicated the majority of her career to financial education. In early 2019, she joined The Balance as Editorial Director, where she oversees content strategy and operations. Previously, DiGangi served as the managing editor of mortgage content at LendingTree, an editor, and writer for Credit.com, communications coordinator for the Society of Professional Journalists, and a copy editor for The New York Times. She has more than a decade of experience in service journalism, as a writer, editor, and vocal advocate for ethics and accuracy in publishing. Her writing has been featured on MarketWatch, USA Today, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, and The New York Times International Weekly.
What You'll Learn
- Biggest money takeaways from 2020
- Overall money themes that will emerge from 2021
- Why it's important to get your money back on track
- How to set achievable money goals
- How to think about money if you were laid off or furloughed
- Strategies to get rid of debt and increase your savings
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