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  • What the Griswolds Can Teach Us About Our Finances

    The holidays can be an exciting and joyous occasion, or they can be filled with stress and anxiety, depending on how you prepare for them. But, using the Griswold’s situation in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” as a learning experience, you can take some steps to make the holidays a bit more bright. So, grab some eggnog and your moose mug, and consider the following tips to, hopefully, ensure a smoother holiday season: Make decisions together | Before making any major purchase, be sure to speak with your spouse first to avoid potential conflict. This could include asking their opinion on installing a pool or purchasing gifts for other people’s children. Financial disagreements account for a great deal of marital strife, so clear communication is imperative. Don’t write a check you can’t cash | Or, as the saying goes, “don’t count your chickens before they hatch.” By relying on a source…

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