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Saving for the Perfect Vacation

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Ahhhhhh…..  It’s finally Spring, and that means that most people you know have either already been on vacation, are currently planning ago vacation, or are still wishing they could afford it.  The good news is, there are plenty of ways to save for the perfect trip if you’re struggling to afford it.

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13 Comments

  1. Vacations are more important to my husband than they are to me. Home is my favorite place to be. But to save for vacations we do take, we have an investment account and the earnings it generates pay for our trips. If it only earns $1000 that’s all the vacation we afford that year. If it earns $20,000 we can take one whale o a vacation. But truthfully, being retired is the best vacation in the world!

    1. Ohhhh….I’d like to hear about that $20,000 vacation!

      1. A month in Alaska, Holly. The one place that I put aside my horrible fear of flying to go see.

        1. I would love to go to Alaska! I hope you get to go. I don’t like flying either, but there just isn’t any other way to get some places so I force myself!

  2. I’m not sure how people pay you to write the same article over and over and over. Besides doing that and complaining about the Affordable Care Act, your schtick sure is getting old!

    1. Hey, did someone force you to come to my website? If not, feel free to just not stop by if it bugs you so much!

      1. No one forced me…but you comment the same exact stuff on every personal finance blog known to man!

  3. I speak the truth! Another great post today…keep up the good work!

    1. Yet you keep coming back again…and again..and again. Thanks for the traffic 🙂

  4. I’m going to keep coming back again and again and again…..until you post something worthwhile somewhere. Then I’ll leave you alone for a while;)

    1. Hey, you’re not bothering me. Actually, I make more money when more people visit my site, so you’re actually sending some cash my way. Feel free to click on some advertising links while you’re here!

  5. Just the word ‘vacation’ feels me with joy. You’ll not believe that I haven’t taken a break for the last 2 years, in the conquest of repairing my financial life. I donno why everytime I hear someone go on a vacation, especially a family one, I get jealous. Happy holidaying friend. 🙂

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