This time of year, it’s common to express gratitude to our loved ones and ourselves. Gratitude can take many forms, from a statement of affection to an act of caring to a thoughtful gift. This month, we explore different expressions of financial gratitude and how these expressions can improve your life as well as the lives of those you love.
The surprising connection between gratitude and money
Many people make a regular practice of expressing gratitude for the good things in their lives. In this piece, we explore how expressing financial gratitude can be used to stay focused on your goals and build strong financial habits.
The (other) talk: preparing your parents for retirement
Caring for those who’ve cared for us is a powerful form of gratitude. Here we discuss strategies for talking to your parents about preparing for retirement, from how to initiate the conversation to the key topics to discuss.
The basics of custodial gifting
Often, we express gratitude through giving to the ones we love. Custodial gifting can be a powerful way to give to a minor and ensure that the gift will be managed and invested wisely. Learn the basics in this piece.
Relationship tips for coping with disability income loss
Sometimes gratitude is most strongly felt in the face of adversity. The loss of an income to disability is a challenge for any relationship, but with love and the right strategy it can be surmounted. Learn more.
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How gratitude can help your financial life
| December 07, 2022