Best Last Minute Christmas Gifts

With the holiday season just around the corner, everybody is thinking of the best Christmas gifts that would make the loved ones in their lives happy and appreciated. But, most of the times, this season catches us off guard and utterly unprepared, and, all of a sudden, Christmas is only a few weeks away. This […]

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Tips to Avoid Debt this Christmas

Every year the Christmas holidays could be considered as the most expensive shopping season. That is because consumers usually spend so much during this period as giving gifts has been synonymous to the spirit of the season all across the globe. Of course, buying presents come with specific price tags.

Are you ready to once again spend a fortune this Christmas? You do not have to, if you would be more frugal to manage your money this holiday season. Do not spend way beyond your budget set for Christmas shopping. Otherwise, you may end up accumulating more debt that you would take care to repay months after the season. Here are five ideas on how to manage your money this Christmas holiday season so you would not end up being in debt. […]

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Consolidate Now to Have a Stress Free Christmas

We know it makes sense to save throughout the year for annual spending events such as the Christmas season; however year after year so many of us continue to blow our budget and then spend the following months trying to pay off credit cards and the accumulated interest.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, last Christmas we spent $18 billion at retailers, including $70 million on stuffed toys, $54 million on dolls, $659 million on video games, $10 million on Christmas tree lighting and $63 million on other Christmas goods.

Preparation is the key to a financially stress-free Christmas. Make a list of everyone you need to buy for and write down a limit for each of them. Once you know your total cost you can calculate what you are going to save over the coming three weeks to be able to afford it. Make sure you take your list shopping with you and stick to your limits.

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