Tips from personal finance bloggers on how to get ahead in the new year. iStockphoto By Cameron Huddleston, Former Online Editor December 26, 2014 If you've already started to think about how to better manage your money in 2015, you might be crafting a list of resolutions. But sometimes it is hard to know the best steps you should take to improve your finances. To help, I've rounded up tips from several of our favorite personal finance bloggers about what sort of resolutions you should make and how to actually stick to those resolutions.SEE ALSO: 10 Ways to Improve Your Finances by New Year's Eve 10 Helpful Financial Moves to Make Every Year [Financial Samurai] "I’d like to share several financial moves you should make before the new year in order to protect your wealth and hopefully grow your wealth in a risk-adjusted manner next year." Personal Finance 2015: If You Only Set One Money Goal This Year [Well Kept Wallet] "The one thing that has been, by far, THE most beneficial to us, and the one thing that I think every single person should do for at least one year, is to track all spending." Successful New Year's Resolutions Have This One Thing in Common — Does Yours?[Wise Bread] "What all successful resolutions have in common is that they are focused, singular goals (not a long laundry list) equipped with a step-by-step plan of execution." Advertisement Forget Motivation, This is the Key to Achieving Your Goals This Year [MoneyNing] "Instead of viewing your goal as a short-term change in habits, (that you can quit once you reach your target) think of them as long-term habits you’re creating for the rest of your life." How to Stick to 100% of Your New Year’s Resolutions Without Fail [Rich Habits] "The following four-step approach will guarantee that you stick to 100% of your New Year’s resolutions."