from Julie Brownlee, Fsp Invest to 09 Oct. 2015
Tags: christmas, money saving tips, christmas money saving tips, christmas saving tips, personal finance, christmas money saving,
Christmas can be a great time for spending time with family and friends, but it can also be very expensive.
So how can you cut the costs of Christmas this year?
Let’s take a closer look…
Christmas money saving tip #1: Set your Christmas present budget now
Before you start frenzied Christmas gift buying, work out what you can actually afford to spend first. Then work back from this figure deciding who you need to buy for and set a budget for each person.
It’s also time to decide on gifts you can cut back on.
For instance, instead of buying gifts for all the adults in your family, why not introduce a... read more
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