Don’t Let Your Good Times Bankrupt You

Some rights reserved by hodgersWe all like to have a good time. That’s the spice of life. You want to enjoy your family and friends doing things you like together. BUT, this can be costly.

A fun vacation is a great way to connect. You just have to make sure you don’t go bankrupt having a once in a lifetime vacation, or the memories will be soured when you can’t pay for it. It’s all about checks and balances.

Check out some good deals for vacations and other activities, making sure you compare prices and work with your family to find a vacation that can fit everyone’s budget.

A big vacation isn’t the only thing that can bankrupt you, though. Those dinners out, the night at the bar, a fun day at the theme park, all those expenses add up. Try to sprinkle a few of these big days in with some less expensive days at a local park or a barbeque at the beach.

It’s all about checks and balances. Make quality memories on a budget, not nightmares that you have to pay off for the rest of your life. But don’t forget to have a little fun; remember that planning ahead can help alleviate financial heartache.

Attorney Christopher D. Smith, Sr. is designated a Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Lawyer by the American Board of Certification.  SmithLaw is located in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.  Attorney Smith concentrates on bankruptcy, civil litigation, probate, estate planning, and elder exploitation cases in the Sarasota and Bradenton area.  Call 941-202-2222 to learn more.  SmithLaw offers free consultations in certain areas, including consumer bankruptcy, probate, and personal injury matters.

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