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5 tips to avoid massive Christmas debt

By Reuters
12 December 2019   |   6:30 am
1. Make a budget and stick with it A budget is helpful in many facets of life. Christmas is no different. 2. Don't forget to budget hidden costs Things like holiday travel, Christmas parties or children's activities are easy to overlook, but are an important part of the budget and more.

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