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How to afford a killer summer in Denver

May 24, 2020

MAKE SURE YOU HAVE MONEY IN THE BUDGET SPECIFICALLY FOR SUMMER.

  • Set aside an amount monthly for your ‘summer’ budget, $10/wk or more. Watch the save bag grow.
  • Eat one dinner a month in (or more) and use your “dinner bank” for your summer budget.
  • Put aside any tax refund money for a fun summer outing.

INCLUDE SOME FINANCIALLY BENEFICIAL PACKAGES/COMBOS. 

  • Summer park passes and rec center memberships give bang for your buck instead of paying as you go.
  • Sometimes there are ‘sales’ for your local rec center at certain times of the year.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF PROGRAMS AVAILABLE. 

DO YOUR RESEARCH, MAKE A CALENDAR.

  • 5280 (and others) are a great resource for free festivals and events all around Denver.
  • Do your research and make sure you mark your calendars so you don’t forget to participate in events (First Friday Art Walks, Farmers’ Markets, etc.).

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GET OUT THERE AND HAVE SOME FUN! 

Bio: Rachel Namoff is on the forefront of financial literacy.  Her systems have transformed retirement planning for advisors, baby boomers and individuals.  She is currently a managing member of Arapaho Asset Management.