National Regifting Day celebrates the fact that most people think giving a gift they no longer want is OK.
Your kid's teacher doesn't need a coffee mug, a bottle of perfume, or a photo of your perfect child.
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More consumers say they're buying holiday presents that support a cause. What to watch out for.
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