David Adams writes: “After Spending over 15 years between accounting and Financial planning, and helping advise nearly 2,000 families, I’m convicted that it’s the small things that contribute so much to meeting long term financial goals. Saving $100 on one meal, or one holiday like Valentine’s Day, starts to add up over a 20 year plus time frame. Then you factor in investing that Money saved, and you start to see momentum, which leads to increased confidence and excitement towards seeing the ability to reach you goals.” Here are three ways to make this Valentine’s Day as the start of your financial freedom:
- Marketers know that as females you are expecting a gift, prove them wrong.
- Money can’t buy love, but handmade gifts can.
- Instead of spending money, discuss money.
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