Avoiding that spending hangover will reap benefits for both your checkbook and your mind. “It provides less stress for you so you’re not spending the holidays worried about bills coming,” said Chambers. “And you’ll live with less regret.”
The weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas can be a dangerous time for your finances. As you plan for this holiday season and even the year ahead, here are some money-saving tips that will set you up for long-term success.
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