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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.
If you're looking to break from tradition and skip the stores this Black Friday weekend, here are plenty of low-cost/no-cost alternative activities to occupy your time.
Research shows that prices can vary for all types of products, so it's always in your benefit to do some research and make comparisons before making any purchases.
While some of us do everything in our power to avoid seeing the inside of an actual, physical store during the holiday season, for many others the season just wouldn't be the same without that in-person shopping experience.
If you’ve got a limited budget, yet you can’t seem to stop undermining yourself with bad purchasing decisions, understanding why can go a long way towards helping you build better, less destructive habits.
American families are estimated to spend over $75 billion on back-to-school items this year. It won’t be cheap, but there are a few important ways to keep costs manageable.
Tax holidays are a great time to buy needed school supplies. Find out if and when your state is holding a tax holiday this year.
While it would be helpful (if not exactly all that pleasant) to function entirely on cold, hard logic, many of our decisions are influenced by feelings. And when those feelings cause us to deviate from our carefully crafted financial plan, we call those deviations impulse purchases.
They may not be that obvious or especially insidious, but over time these nine bad spending habits can do major damage.
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