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Fifteen-Minute Tip

November 27th, 2008 at 04:58 pm

I came across this interesting

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article on Market Watch over my morning coffee... very timely just before the "Black Friday" kickoff to holiday spending.

I was surprised at how much the "average" person spends on holiday shopping. The article, "Recession-proof your finances," offers some good tips for saving money. How much do you plan to spend on your holiday shopping and are you doing anything differently this year?

4 Responses to “Fifteen-Minute Tip”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    I really started to cut down about 5 years ago. w

  2. Koppur Says:

    Cash only, and cutting way down this year. Immediate family and my 2 best friends. That's it.

  3. baselle Says:

    Thoughtful things, things you don't have to dust, and things that for the clever can do double duty. Love giving food, and I like the x of the month stuff. I'm seriously going to go to the grocery store, collect the single source chocolate bars and package those together for some lucky someone.

  4. Analise Says:

    I really like giving food, too. You can't go wrong, especially if you know their preferences. I sometimes create a gift basket with a theme (e.g., Italian).

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