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Regifting is a great way to show someone you’re thinking of them without spending any money. But that’s only if you do it right. And how do you regift the right way? By following the rules...
Holiday spending has undoubtedly been a popular topic this season, but according to a November poll hosted by the NFCC, 40 percent of respondents revealed indicated that they do not intend to spend any money on holiday purchases.
If you’re someone who looking to make cuts in your spending this holiday season, but you're not sure how, try regifting! Regifting can be a great way to ensure you have a frugal, yet festive, holiday season, but first, you should brush up on your knowledge and take a course in Regifting 101.
The path to becoming a regifting master begins by asking yourself the following questions:
If you’re looking for more ways to save during the holidays, check out our new Holiday Headquarters section for tips and resources for cutting back without taking the cheer out of the season. And if you have regifting tips of your own, we’d love for you to share them! Leave a comment on this post or head over to our Regifting forum to share your experiences and ideas with the community.
When it comes to weddings, you frequently hear how expensive it can be to have one, but no one ever discusses how much it costs to attend one.
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December 16, 2010 is a common day for office holiday parties. Therefore, it is also a great day to celebrate regifting!
MMI is committed to helping you get through the holiday season with your budget and your sanity in-tact.
With Christmas right around the corner, the mad dash to the mall is on. For many it is crunch time to check off the final items off their gift list, get them wrapped, and placed under the tree or delivered in time for December 25.
MMI recently launched our annual regifting story contest. Read the top stories from previous years' contests.
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