3 romantic financial moves for Valentine’s Day

As practically everyone knows, Valentine’s Day is coming up. Practically everyone also knows the traditional way couples celebrate Valentine’s Day—a card and some candy with a rose, followed by a nice dinner and maybe even a little gift. (Single people have their own Valentine’s Day rituals, but that’s another blog post.)

While this is a perfectly fine way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, it’s not the only way. Here are some activities that you and your partner can do together that aren’t your traditional Valentine’s celebrations. They also make good financial sense.

Set Financial Goals

At first glance, this would seem the polar opposite of romantic. What could be more boring than sitting around figuring out financial matters?


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