Friday Flight: Bitcoin Blowing Up, Cars That Hold Their Value, and Christmas Trees (so hot right now!) – Episode 288

December 4, 2020

It’s time for a holiday season Friday Flight! These episodes are all about the week’s news and the effects of Covid-19 on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we are distilling it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to not just weather this health and financial crisis, but to come out on the other side even stronger. In this episode we cover some interesting and helpful stories like federal tax credits for biomass stoves, Christmas tree sales spiking, Bitcoin blowing up, cooking at home pandemic fatigue, phone calls on US flights, a new study on car depreciation, spending your FSA money before the end of the year, and some final thoughts on customer service.

Free fuel, but a trashed minivan!

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One comment on “Friday Flight: Bitcoin Blowing Up, Cars That Hold Their Value, and Christmas Trees (so hot right now!) – Episode 288

  1. I was planning on buying a wood stove and a pellet stove this year for these cold New England weather but it couldn’t fit the budget. Next year, I’ll have enough cash to get those installed along with some minor repairs to the chimney. Hopefully, they will have those credits again in 2021 as a good tax incentive. I had no idea about those 2020 credits, thanks for the tip as always. As a new homeowner, it seems like all those great home improvement tax incentives are always timing out a year or so before I could get them.