New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken (today’s article notes that only 8% of people actually follow through on their resolutions). But breaking some resolutions has greater consequences than breaking others. When it comes to resolutions pertaining to retirement goals, procrastination can have serious ramifications. As such, the author of today’s article outlines “some steps to set the right retirement goals – and actually ensure you reach them in the new year.” How can you avoid the “hedonic treadmill” of spending your raises and bonuses? Why should you treat retirement the same as your electric bill or mortgage? CLICK HERE to read more.