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Consumers who know in advance that they will rack up credit card debt during the holidays might want to consider a looking for promotional financing now. A better plan: Spend what you can pay in full each month.
Traveling during the holiday season can often be a headache-ridden experience. Here are some tips to keep costs down.
Why buy a costume at the store when there are so many inexpensive do-it-yourself possibilities.
Avoid the high cost of holiday fun with 'eek-o-friendly' alternatives and other tactics that won't bleed your budget dry.
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