In this episode, Melissa Fradenburg, CDFA®️, AIF® shares the financial implications of Taylor Swift Era’s Tour tickets and how parents can use them as a valuable lesson in financial decision-making.  How resisting the urge to overspend can teach our kids valuable lessons about choices and opportunity cost. We explore what it means to set realistic expectations about budgeting, and how to have honest conversations about our financial decisions with our children. Whether you’re a Taylor Swift fan or not, this episode offers insights and lessons on financial responsibility that we can all learn from. If you spent too much on tickets and feel regret or if seeing the images of others at the concert is making you green with envy, Melissa will help you turn this experience into a teachable moment for financial responsibility and wise decision-making.

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