Small changes can make a big difference in getting your finances into shape in 2022

New Year’s resolutions are easily broken, especially ones tied to saving more money.

But 2022 will be a good time to get serious about your finances, as the year will bring new and expensive challenges to your budget. Starting Jan. 1, most Versant Power and Central Maine Power customers will see their electric bills jump 30 percent. Heating fuel prices will rise 30-60 percent. And grocery lists will cost more to fill as inflation takes hold and supply chain delays persist.

Financial experts in Maine offer the following tips on how to pay down debt, save and invest by taking small steps to improve your financial fitness and stay committed to it in the new year.


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