Before you head blindly into that mall, overjoyed with the Christmas spirit only to wake up in January to a nasty credit card hangover, here are some tips to help you spread and keep the joy.
Author: Gelasia Steed, CFP®
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Are you a lady who lunches and lets your husband handle all of the financial affairs? Or are you a woman who holds the purse strings tightly and puts your hubby on an allowance? Or do you fall somewhere in the middle? All couples have their own way of budgeting and working out their finances. But, what don’t you know and what should you know to be prepared for the unexpected? Let’s test your Financial IQ.
Santa baby, slip a little envelope under the tree for me! Nothing says “I love you” like a hunk of cash to buy what you want when you want it. Cash (or check) makes the perfect gift and it is so easy to give – or is it? Unfortunately, lurking behind your tree is the mean and nasty Scrooge IRS ready to levy 35 percent gift tax on you if you are too generous this year! How can you avoid the Scrooge and still fill your family with joy on Christmas morning? Certified Financial Planner, Gelasia Steed, gives us the scoop.
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