Why you should start saving for the holiday season now

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Have you been to Costco lately? How about Walmart?  It used to be that Christmas trees and decorative items wouldn’t appear on the sales floor until after Thanksgiving with the landmark event—”Black Friday!”

But—I am now seeing Christmas decorations showing up everywhere, and I’m reminded that I need to start my Christmas list—just what the big box stores want!  Have you started to save for Christmas?  Or Hanukkah?

While we are at it, it’s probably a good time to start budgeting for all the holidays beginning with Thanksgiving. In this article, you are given some excellent tips on to save for the holidays. One can never stop thinking about how to continue to build the discipline of savings as part of financial planing and saving for your retirement—even during the holidays.

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Skip to main content Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips and tricks for saving money – just in time for the holidays! Buzz60 As you put up fall decorations and start selecting Halloween costumes for you and the kids, there’s actually another holiday season you should start thinking about – the one that arrives in December. For many people, December is an expensive month because of Christmas or Hanukkah gifts and because of the costs […]

 

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