Greensboro, NC -- Everyone has bad habits they'd like to break. That can happen with your money, too.
Certified Financial Planner Matt Logan stopped by the Good Morning Show to share eight bad money habits everyone should break. He said it's behavior worth changing for the new year.
To watch the segment, click the video player in this story.
Here are the bad money habits Logan said to break:
1. Lending money to friends and family
2. Spend more than you make and not saving
3. Living without a budget
4. Impulse spending
5. Not paying off credit cards each month
6. Being financially illiterate
7. Not contributing to workplace retirement plans
8. Do-It-Yourself retirement planning
Find more tips from Matt Logan here.