Dec 26, 2017
As one year ends and a new one begins, it’s common to reflect on where we stand – both personally and professionally. Kansas State University associate professor in the Department of Family Studies and Human Services and an Extension specialist in financial management, Elizabeth Kiss, says it’s also a good time to assess where we stand financially and to set short and long-term financial goals.
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