Jean, the boys and I are having a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday together. I hope your family is too.
Although depending on when Black Friday sales began in your neighborhood, Thanksgiving was probably over well before your clocks struck midnight earlier this morning.
The race to Christmas has begun.
With every retailer fighting over your hard-earned dollar for the next four weeks, do you worry it’ll take until next Christmas to get this Christmas paid off?
Americans spent nearly $580 billion last year for Christmas. That’s an average of almost $2,000 for every man, woman, and child in the United States.
That’s a lot of Christmas presents, wrapping paper … and for some families, debt. And where there’s debt, there’s the potential for conflict.
Joining us on our radio program are authors and financial experts Scott and Bethany Palmer. They’re known as “The Money Couple,” and they’ll be sharing practical tips to help you and your spouse keep conflict over money from ruining your Christmas spirit.