6 Tasks to Tick Off Before Happy New Year

The year 2019 is quickly coming to an end. And while you’re probably focused on holiday fun, it’s also an important time to take stock of your finances and make sure you’ve had a successful year in terms of managing your money. With just a few weeks left in 2019, you can still check a few key tasks off your financial to-do list if you haven’t already. Here are six that you should take care of before the ball drops on New Years and 2020 is ushered in.  


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