Catherine Golladay, a Charles Schwab vice president, has a New Year's resolution list you should follow to improve your retirement savings.
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Re-gifting is OK as long as you follow some simple rules — such as never giving a present back to whoever gave it to you.
Stumbling over even a few of these warnings will make your holidays cranky and gloomy rather than merry and bright.