It’s that time of year again! The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means that it’s time for gift buying. There’s always at least one person in your family or friends group that’s a little difficult to buy for. It might not even be because they’re picky. Sometimes, they’re difficult to purchase presents for, because they simply buy everything they want and need throughout the year for themselves.
If someone in your life is a financial advisor, this is probably the case. Financial advisors typically make great money, so there’s not a lot they want for. Here are a few gift ideas that the financial advisor in your life will love this winter.
Nowadays, you can send just about anything online to your loved ones. Although this is very convenient, it takes some of the festivity and pizazz out of gifts. It might be tempting to simply send your family or friend that’s difficult to buy for an ecard with an online gift card for their favorite restaurant, but you can do much better with little more effort.
Almost all memories are now stored digitally in photos and videos, which means that people very rarely revisit some of their favorite moments. This is a great time of year to reflect on the past as you move forward with warm wishes for the future. You can bring your financial advisor friend good cheer by including a photo book or your favorite memories from the year when you send your annual seasons greetings cards. Your season’s greeting card can update them on everything your family’s been up to, while a photo book will show how much your personal relationship means to you. If the financial advisor in your life has every material object imaginable, the perfect way to get them something they’ll cherish is something with a thoughtful resonance to go along with the holiday card you’re already sending. This way they can bring the holiday cheer into the new year with them, just by flipping through their photo book.
If your spouse or long-term partner is a financial advisor, they’re most likely dealing with people who have some serious money. When they go in to meet with their clients, it’s important that they look polished and professional all the time. People trust other people with money to advise them on what they should do with their own money. It makes sense.
To give your partner more credibility with clients, consider purchasing them an FP Journe watch. The generosity of this gift won’t go unnoticed by your loved one; an F.P. Journe is the only watch that will make an impactful statement in quite this way. They may even see an uptick in success this coming year, because they look like they handle money well. Although this watchmaker produces expensive timepieces, any F.P. Journe is well worth the additional dollars when you see the look on your loved one’s face this holiday season.
If your financial adviser friend is always working late at the office, give them something that will entertain them on breaks and still look classy when they have meetings. Architect cubes are amusing and appear professional. Some people are very tactile when they think. Your friend can build sculptures while they work through a complicated idea or think of the right way to word an email. Bring a little art and creativity to your number cruncher’s life.
A financial adviser definitely has a suit that he or she wears frequently in the office and for other work related events. Just because he or she has a suit doesn’t mean it actually fits. Gift your friend or family member suit alterations. It’s something they’ll use every day and whenever they put it on, they’ll think of you. You’ll help them look sharp wherever they go.