Valentine’s Day has a, not unfounded, reputation of being a Hallmark holiday in which the price of “romantic” gifts becomes considerably inflated. Items such as chocolate, flowers and cards are all sold at a much higher price during the holiday of love, especially when compared to any other time of year. As a result, for those of us who choose to participate in the time honoured tradition of gift giving on Valentine’s Day, our bank accounts can take a real hit.
Fortunately, our team has gathered some financial advice from around the Word Wide Web with the intent of helping you save a bit of your hard earned money this year. Below is a roundup of articles that offer advice on ways in which you can spend less and protect yourself against fraud during this traditionally retail-centric holiday.
For year round assistance with your finances, do not hesitate to contact our team of business advisors and accounting professionals at our West Vancouver office.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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