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53% of consumers planning on New Year's resolutions intend to set financially-focused ones: survey
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Many Americans planning to set goals for the new year intend to make financially-focused ones, according to a recent Numerator survey.
The survey, released Wednesday, found 50% of consumers say they intend to create resolutions for the coming year. Of those who plan to do so, 53% indicated their focus would be financial, marking a 6% increase year-over-year, according to Numerator.
For those setting financial goals, saving more money overall was most commonly cited at 57%. That was followed by 48% saying they wanted to be more diligent about tracking their spending and 43% aiming to curb their spending on the whole, the survey found.