The cost of almost everything is up this year due to inflation. In this Thanksgiving week episode Melissa Fradenburg, Financial Advisor with Pearl Planning, shares tips to keep your holiday spending under control. Whether you put all your seasonal shopping on credit cards or save up months in advance, learn how to avoid the ‘One for you, One for me,’ gift trap and what items need to be included in your overall holiday budget. The goal is to lower financial anxiety and increase joy in this hectic holiday season.
- Download Apps, Christmas Gift List, or Gift List, mentioned in this podcast.
- Read, 5 Smart Holiday Spending Tips, by Melissa Fradenburg.
- Listen to Episode 134: Inflation Expectations and Market Volatility with Jay Fradenburg
- Listen to Episode 40: Holiday Spending with Karen Dybis
- Connect with Melissa Fradenburg and Pearl Planning.
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