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Great New Year's Advice From Around the Web

Cameron Huddleston

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With 2013 right around the corner, I gathered some advice from around the Web on how to have an affordable New Year's Eve gathering, review your finances from the past year and set goals for next year.

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New Year's Eve Party Ideas [Money Crashers]
"With a few money-saving tricks up your sleeve, you can host a great New Year’s party on a budget that people will be talking about for a long time to come."

Affordable and Entertaining Ideas for New Year’s Eve [Financial Highway]
"Celebrating New Year’s Eve doesn’t have to be overwhelming. By choosing to keep things simple and small, you can relax and entertain at the same time."

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The Best Bottles of Bubbly for Under $20 [Mint.com]
"Bargain bottles of bubbly abound. It’s easy to get a decent one for less than $20."

How to Evaluate Your 2012 Financial Goals [ReadyForZero]
"Take a moment to contemplate how this past year went for you in terms of your finances."

12 Proactive Things You Can Do Right Now [Wise Bread]
"Why invest energy into a list that most of us don't adhere to when you could instead simply begin adapting new behaviors that will ultimately lead you in the right direction?"

7 Steps to Creating Lasting Financial Resolutions [MoneyNing]
"If you want to make lasting financial resolutions, you have to include a certain level of detail in your goals."

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