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Holidays only mean one thing: taking a well-deserved vacation. Either solo or with family and friends, people love going on vacations.
Whether locally or internationally (pre-COVID 19, that is), traveling is a means of escape from most of us. A time to relax, spend quality time with your favorite people, and forget about reality and work for a while. For some people, taking vacations is a necessity rather than a luxury.
But a very important question still stands, can you afford to take a vacation? Of course, you can easily swipe your credit card to book a flight, book three rooms in a hotel, and eat out at restaurants as freely as you can. But is this the right move to do? Or are you just digging a deeper hole in debt?
According to Learnvest Money Habits, the average American spends 10% of their annual income on travel. 74% of Americans have gone into debt to pay for a vacation, averaging a total of $1,108.
Wealth manager Lee Michael Murphy shares his full-proof checklist to make sure you’re financially ready before going on a vacation you truly deserve.
Join us with co-hosts career advisor Sergio Patterson and attorney Matthew McElroy for a fun, informative, and even semi-argumentative episode about how you should prepare yourself and your family financially and not get into more debt for a vacation.
Make sure to tune in to this week’s episode of The Free Retiree Show.
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