How do I not overspend on a celebration?

Do you have something to celebrate? If so, you might be thinking about how you can throw an actual celebration party without breaking the bank. On today’s question on Money on your Min, I chat with you about “How do I not overspend on a celebration?” Birthday parties, weddings, graduation parties …regardless of the celebration, the first thing is to set a budget. Don’t go into the planning process without understanding what you can spend. Then, think about the purpose of the celebration. What is important to you?

Disclaimer: We will not be delivering direct advice to your financial situations. These segments will be made available as educational resources for you to take back to your personal board of directors – financial planner/advisor, accountant/tax preparer, and/or attorney.

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