Black Friday was the Busiest Online Shopping Day of the Season
Online shoppers showed up in record numbers,
One-off expenses – i.e. those that occur outside your everyday budget – often cause problems for cash flow that lead to credit card debt, and gifts for family and friends are right at the top of that list. Still savvy shoppers find ways to give gifts that express exactly what they want without causing problems with debt. Debt.com has the latest tips on gift-giving like a pro.
Online shoppers showed up in record numbers,
A reader is upset that her otherwise thrifty boyfriend goes crazy at the end of the year.
You don’t have to splurge like the three wise men to show you care during the holidays.
Half of Americans create a holiday budget but most of us have busted our budgets before.
Parents with budgets are more likely to shop online rather than in-store to avoid impulse buys.
Many Americans would prefer spending time with family and friends over buying presents for them.
A lot of people started their shopping for the holidays before Nov. 1. One-third started before October.
And Black Friday will last two weeks, all because of you.
Moms are about to get royally spoiled this Mother’s Day, as spending is going to hit an all-time high.
A reader is upset her boyfriend only gives gift cards as presents. Here’s a compromise.
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This week: Whew, glad that’s over.
A reader has skipped Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and every other shopping day so far.
When it comes to what adults want most, 43 percent of men and women both said they want quality time with family as a holiday gift this year.
Most human resources managers agree that employees and managers should have gift exchanges, but admit there have been some really strange gifts given in the past that shouldn’t be repeated.
Christmas is Friday. Guess what happens starting Saturday?
Avoid silly pet gifts this season. Get fun gifts that are functional and inexpensive.
Gamers spend hours tirelessly playing their favorite games. You can spend a few minutes finding a gift for them.
Even though these gifts don’t catch fish or cost a lot, they’re valuable on the water.
Satisfy a hipsters need for cool things without spending a bundle.
A reader’s wife hates gift cards. Here are 4 reasons why she’s wrong — and 1 why she’s right.
Shopping for the holidays? You’re being watched and studied. The results are amusing.
Don’t blow your budget this holiday season buying the same old stuff.
Gift cards are a terrible present — unless you’re giving them to yourself to multiply your reward points.
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A reader who couldn’t get home for Christmas is buying her family’s presents the day after.
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Everything everyone wants for Christmas is on Amazon Prime.
If giving gifts to coworkers is stressing you out, try this.
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Industry experts estimate that more people will buy technology for Christmas than ever before.
Fraud and fees can leave you paying more for a gift card than you mean to give out. Read our tips on how to get the most out of giving a gift card.
While re-gifting has been frowned upon in the past, it is becoming more socially acceptable and more common than we might think. But, giving a re-gift can be embarrassing and insulting if done irresponsibly. When done right, it can save you time, money and embarrassment.
The holiday season offers shoppers many ways to give gifts to loved ones and friends. Instead of giving a regular gift card to Best Buy or another big box store, why not give the gift of charity. And while you’re at it, help out animals in need. Animal lovers will thank you for your generosity.
Here’s a recent holiday tradition you probably didn’t know about: Every holiday season since 1998, an online retailer called Stupid.com has asked its customers, “What’s the stupidest gift of the year?” Of course, if you patronize a gag-gift website like Stupid.com, the annual Top 10 Most Stupid Gifts of the Year is a must-have guide […]
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