One New Year’s resolution is to increase how much we're saving for retirement.(Photo: Getty)

Now that it’s the time of year when people usually make New Year’s resolutions, one to plan on making is to increase how much they’re saving for retirement.

But, since many New Year’s resolutions tend to be broken before the hangover wears off on January 2, Charles Schwab has offered some suggestions to avoid that happening to a retirement savings resolution, including some mental tricks that can bolster your resolve.

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