Seven Ways to Free Up Cash You Already Have Need money? Complete these nagging personal-finance tasks today.
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You may have started the year with resolutions, but it's easy to get distracted and forget about your good financial intentions. If this has happened to you, don't worry: It's not too late to remedy the situation. I recommend setting aside a single day early in each year to tackle those lingering personal finance chores. Start by reviewing the contracts and agreements you have with banks and service providers. At a minimum, you should:
1. Read your credit card agreements. If there's something you don't understand, now is a good time to dial up customer service and ask for clarification. Sometimes the answers are obvious--but sometimes they're not.
2. Check your service levels. Are you still paying for a gym membership you no longer use? Forking over a fortune for deluxe cable TV when you mainly watch Hulu? Go through your monthly bills and cancel the services you don't need.