Spending Tips For The Holidays
For most people, the holiday season is an exciting time to enjoy the company of family and friends. People travel, go shopping, decorate their homes, exchange gifts, and host dinner parties. Whatever your tradition is, one thing is sure—it involves spending money. While celebrating the holidays is a wonderful custom, it’s crucial to ensure your finances stay on track through the (expensive) holiday season. Since the holidays can wreak havoc on your bank account, you must have a financial plan in place beforehand. Planning for the holidays however, is short-term. What about planning for your most extended holiday, retirement? If planning for a single month each year can be financially stressful, how do we plan for and manage finances over an extended retirement of several decades? Some of the virtues that lead to short-term success can also help lead to long-term confidence. For information contact John Kuykendall at (386) 755-9018 and visit the website at https://www.