Holiday Budgeting to Ease Stress

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2020 has been rough in so many ways, for so many families. Some families have experienced financial hardship and burden that will follow them into the foreseeable future. With the holiday season quickly approaching, financial burden can easily mount up and cause even more stress. But it doesn’t have to!

Join us on Friday, November 13, 2020 – well before the holidays start – to learn about how to set and stick to a holiday budget that will fit your family and NOT cause extra debt in the New Year. We will also learn a little about family communication and how to get your family on board with a budget-friendly celebration.

To register visit our Eventbrite Registration page.Holiday ornament on tree with money underneath.