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Holiday Tip of the Day: Celebrate on a Budget

The holidays can be expensive, but you don’t have to break the bank to celebrate. Taking a few minutes now to plan your holiday spending could help you avoid taking on debt. Start by creating a holiday spending plan, keep track of what you spend, avoid impulse purchases, and leave the credit cards at home. Plan your holiday spending and get low-cost gift ideas.

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