You made it through the holiday bustle and maybe even found a few quiet moments to reflect on the year behind.  For me, the anticipation of returning to a “normal” schedule again is more appealing as each day passes.  As our family is preparing to resume the regular routine, we are doing what many families do – plan ahead.  But, if you spent a little more during the holidays than you had intended, you may be dreading the looming holiday bills.  Here are a few tips from some of my past blog posts that might be helpful to get your family started on the right financial foot this year:

Create a Teachable Moment from Holiday Money Mistakes

January – A time for reflection

Money Tips from Octogenarians

Cash in those gift certificates now!

The January “Allowance” Lesson

Wishing you and your family a money savvy year in 2019.

Susan

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Susan Beacham
Written by Susan Beacham
Susan Beacham founded Money Savvy Generation in 1999 after almost two decades in private banking and investment management complemented by considerable time teaching at the elementary level.

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