Taking steps to achieve financial health is just like setting a goal to lose weight – it doesn’t happen overnight. Setting yourself up for financial success requires time, dedication and maintenance. Still, many people want to see results quickly or they lose the drive to make critical financial changes. This may explain why 40 percent of Americans admit to struggling financially and can’t stay ahead of their bills, according to a 2016 survey from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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