Merry Christmas from #GradMoney!


Many businesses and companies will be closed over the next few days, especially since Christmas falls on a Friday this year. However, before things get too crazy and the traveling gets hectic, I wanted to take a minute to wish you all a very Merry Christmas to you and all of your families!

After traveling to Germany and back to Vermont again, it's pretty awesome watching two families come together this Christmas and God-willing for many years to come!

As you give and receive gifts this season, please remember my earlier opine on the holiday season and use this time to really appreciate those you love. In case you missed it, click here and feel free to share your thoughts.

I am so grateful for all of your continued support as I continue to change the stigma around investing for young adults and for generations to come. If you can find it in your hearts, please consider making a donation to GradMoney so that we can continue expansion into 2016. Please click here to view our page!

God bless you all and a very Merry Christmas to you!

xo Jenny

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