How to Avoid a Post-Holiday Spending Hangover

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You might have experienced it before. The holiday season rolls around. You go overboard with your gift list. You take advantage of one too many sales. Everyone invites you to events or a holiday gift exchange. You decide to take the kids out to the local winter festival. Come January, you’re in over your head and either extremely broke or faced with an overwhelming amount of credit card debt. Dealing...

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Affordable Ways to Enjoy the Holiday Season

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Thanksgiving is tomorrow and that means Christmas will be here in just one month now. Many people are probably considering shopping for Black Friday or Cyber Monday and wrapping up their holiday shopping lists. There’s nothing wrong with that, but this season only comes around once a year and you don’t want to be worried about gifts and money the entire time. The holiday season can be super...

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How to Celebrate Mother’s Day on a Budget

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Mother’s Day is May 8th this year and it can easily sneak up on you if you don’t prepare accordingly. As you get older, it can get harder and harder to select the perfect gift for your mom to show her your appreciation on this special day. You can’t make handmade cards or projects at school anymore like you did as a child and you probably don’t want to do the same thing you did last year....

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Money-Saving Tips for St. Patrick’s Day

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St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th this year. It’s a very popular holiday acknowledged by many people with and without Irish descent. Like most holidays, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day can easy become expensive especially if you’re taking part in the popular tradition of involving alcohol with the celebration. With Easter just ten days after, both holidays can easily sneak up on...

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