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Finances top Americans' New Year’s resolution

Photo credit: Stuart Miles
Photo credit: Stuart Miles

Managing personal finances was a top a New Year’s resolution of one in five Americans, according to a new survey.

Liberty Mutual Insurance, Boston, published this finding in a summary of results from a Responsibility Project survey of 1,770 U.S. residents aged 18-64. Conducted by Harris Interactive, New York, the survey reveals top trends for resolutions, including who plans to make a resolution in 2013 and how peoples’ definition of responsibility may shape their goals for the New Year.

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