Beat holiday overspending and pay off high credit card bills by goal setting and budgeting. Get a head start on next year’s holidays with a savings plan.
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The cost of presents is one thing, but the hidden financial reality of the holidays is all the other stuff we end up buying this time of year. From gift wrapping supplies to home decorations to nice outfits, it seems like the expenses this time of year never end – and the credit card debt …
It’s time for gift shopping! Check off every name on your list for less with our two-for-one retailer tips, and have more savings at the end of the season.
Don’t let a bloated budget knock your finances off track. Follow our holiday spending survival tips and you could find your wallet stuffed with savings.
It’s the big question this time of year: what to spend on gifts? Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, it’s inevitable you’ll be buying stuff for friends, people at work and teachers. It’s a tricky thing. You want to keep everyone in your life happy and spread a little joy around. But you don’t want a nasty credit card bill come January that makes winter that much harder than it already is.