It’s a new year, and if you’re like everyone else you’ve made a list of some things you’d like to do better, differently, more often or less often in 2019. These resolutions typically involve eating more kale, less sugar and working out more. All great intentions and hopefully you’re following through on those goals.

But what about your financial life? What goals have you set for 2019 to put yourself on more solid financial footing in the year ahead? Here are a few suggestions worth considering for lawyers, depending on where you are in the arc of your career.

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