We're fewer than five months away from the start of the Silly Season. Let this be the year you choose a saner approach to holiday spending -- by starting now.
A new survey finds that consumers consider $165 an appropriate gift for a high school graduate. How about a college grad?
Nine in 10 people suspect their mom has returned a Mother's Day gift. Get her what she wants this year.
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Just say no to fine china. Instead, bring one of these 30 gifts to the weddings you attend this year.
Your best friend is getting married and she needs you by her side. Don't worry, though -- serving as a bridesmaid doesn't have to wreck your savings account.
Move quickly, and you can save yourself some money -- and grief -- after you replace all the calendars.
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