10 Ways Your Budget Needs to Change in 2013

Gabrielle Karol

It’s a new year! And that means … new limits for IRAs, 401(k)s and Flexible Spending Accounts. Although these aren’t exactly the most exciting topics to think about, they do have important implications for the way you handle your finances over the next 12 months.

On a slightly more fun note, the beginning of the year is also a great time to reevaluate your spending from the past year, so you can set new spending and saving goals–like cutting out that thrice weekly run to the deli for lunch.

Four of LearnVest Planning Service’s Certified Financial Planners (CFPs®) sat down to discuss the ten budget changes you need to make this year in order to achieve all of your key financial goals. From upping your retirement savings each month to making sure that you don’t leave any key benefits on the table, their suggestions will help you make 2013 your best financial year yet.

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