By Paul Morrone CFP®, CPA/PFS, MSA
The spring is normally the time of year when we start to look at our summer calendar and realize that we have only one or two free weeks from May-September. It’s exciting, but equally depressing, knowing that your whole summer is pretty much planned out for. The downside is that it takes away from the ability to be spontaneous or just have a relaxing day at the pool. The past few years we have been inundated with weddings, bachelor/bachelorette parties, trips, baby showers and just about anything else that can clog up the calendar during the best part of the year in Connecticut. This year, finally, we get to breathe a sigh of relief.