Savvy Savings for the New Year
February 5, 2016
Learn Critical and Easy-to-Implement Money Saving Tips
Let’s call it the holiday spending hangover! You had a great time shopping for gifts for your friends and loved ones. You lavishly decorated your home—or bought some fancy hors d’oeuvres for a holiday party. You may have even been on a budget—and blew it! And now the bills are rolling in! You feel like you’re drowning. But here’s a life vest: Financial Planner extraordinaire Meg Green, CEO of Meg Green & Associates, a wealth management firm, joins us to discuss how you can recover from your holiday overspending debacle. Meg offers a number of remedies, such as putting yourself on a good budget—for real, this time! She also offers lots of everyday changes you can make, to get back on financial track. It’s time for a money reality check!
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