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Christmas is nearly here, which means that if you've put off getting gifts for everyone on your list, you may be scrambling right now. If so, here are a few low-cost, but thoughtful gifts to consider.
Whether you’re in the stores or sitting in front of your computer, all shoppers want to get the best products for the lowest prices. The last thing you want, however, is to be tricked into buying subpar merchandise.
The holidays are a time of massive spending, much of which is unplanned and spontaneous. So if you’re like me and you struggle to stick to the plan, here are a few tips that I’ve found can help.
Gift giving during the holidays can be a wonderful, heartfelt expression of love. Or it can be a money-draining competition. This year, don't let your competitive instincts influence your spending habits.
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...
A November online poll hosted revealed that more than 90 percent of respondents will either spend less or nothing at all on holiday purchases in 2010.
Consumers are definitely shifting toward using debit cards, perhaps as a tool to control spending, or because they have limited or no access to credit. Regardless of the reason, it will definitely be a nice gift to begin 2011 with no holiday debt.
While some of us are still reeling from the summer heat, others are already racing off to prepare for holiday festivities.
Mother’s Day is the perfect time to show your mom how much she really means to you. The good news is you don’t need a lot of money (or time!) to show your mom how special she is to you. Following are inexpensive ways to treat your mom this Mother’s Day.
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