The coronavirus pandemic transformed the way we earned, spent, and saved money in 2020. An increased interest in side hustles, a red-hot housing market, and a renewed focus on the need for an emergency fund were the big financial themes of the year.
Now that it's 2021, you can use the lessons of last year to set goals for this one. New Year's resolutions can be a great place to start by helping you get your finances in order and make progress on your priorities.
Whether you're looking to start an emergency fund, supercharge your retirement savings, or buy a home, make sure you have the knowledge you need by answering the five questions below.