Money Talks November 2020 | Carolina Hoyos

Wealth Giving Day

Wealth Giving Day

We know you miss relaxing with your prim@s. But with Covid-19 trying to get up in the house like it’s the hottest club in town, this year in particular sounds like it’s much safer for everyone to stay at home, separately. You’re also better off cooking Thanksgiving dinner at home compared to going out. 🦃

The costs will depend on which recetas you use and where you go shopping. 🛒 And if you’re making pisco or coquito at home, 🍹 or putting truffles in the mashed potatoes, then your Thanksgiving Day feast will be a little pricier. Pero if you decide to make it an intimate dinner and stick to something less boujie, you’ll save money! 💰

According to Cost analysis: Premade Thanksgiving dinner vs. home cooked, the turkey and a few sides for a party of 10 comes out to just under $49. That includes $20.80 for a 16-pound turkey, $3.32 for pumpkin pie mix and $3.75 for 3 pounds of sweet potatoes. So if you’re doing a paired down affair, you will save by not cooking for multiple families. If you’re usually flying ✈️ somewhere to visit family, your savings will be even more considerable. 🤑 

And where will that savings go? You can start with 6 Top Stocks Under $10 to get your feet wet! 😎 These stocks have the potential to generate money for you for the rest of your life! Now that’s something we can all be thankful for. Your ahorros are now preparing for take off. 💸

And you can still make this year’s feast exciting by trying a new recipe. It doesn’t have to break the bank, either. Ever try marinating your turkey in orange juice with Chipotle or Kahlúa? You’re welcome! Take it for a trial run and bring it to next year’s dinner to wow everyone’s taste buds. 😋

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