The panel will include: Rod Griffin: Director of Consumer Education and Awareness at Experian; Emily Guy Birken: Author of End Financial Stress Now, Making Social Security Work For You, Choose Your Retirement, and The Five Years Before You Retire; Julien & Kiersten: Owners of Finance Blog – Rich & Regular; Ilyce Glink: Financial Wellness Expert.
Questions We’ll Discuss:
Q1: How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day and what was your most memorable experience?
Q2: What are some great DIY gifts to make for your significant other?
Q3: What are some creative things to do for a date night at home?
Q4: How can you save money dining out during Valentine’s Day?
Q5: What are some inexpensive but thoughtful gifts you can buy?
Q6: Where can you go out on a date without spending a lot of money?
Q7: Would it be better and less expensive to celebrate a day late?
Q8: What are some affordable and unique Valentine’s Day ideas for kids at school?
Q9: How can parents have a romantic Valentine’s Day without spending money hiring a babysitter?
Q10: Any final tips on how to save money on Valentine’s Day?
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