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Money Lessons from the Grinch

Unwrap financial wisdom this holiday season with our Christmas series podcast, “Festive Finances: Lessons from The Grinch” with WealthCoach™ & Retirement Plan Specialist Robert DeVries. Drawing inspiration from Dr. Seuss’s timeless tale, we offer 3 tips to keep your holiday spending in check: budget wisely, resist unnecessary purchases, and limit self-gifting. 

https://firstwavefinancial.podbean.com/e/money-lessons-from-the-grinch/

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