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How to Crush Your Holiday Debt

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The holidays have left without a trace. Well, almost. Long after the decorations have come down, you still have debt hanging around. Don’t let it put a damper on your year. Here’s what you can do to take control of your holiday debt.

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What to Buy (and Skip) in January 2022

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It’s 2022, and the new normal still feels pretty abnormal. The holiday season came and went, and we all learned a lot about supply chain management. Here’s your guide for what to buy (and skip) in January. 

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How to Holiday Shop at the Last Minute

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Supply chain snags. Sold-out merchandise. Empty shelves. Hefty shipping fees. Inflation. There are plenty of complications working against you this holiday shopping season. Here’s what to do if you still have gifts left to purchase this month.

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Experts Make 5 Predictions for Black Friday 2021

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Here are five predictions from retail experts about Black Friday 2021 — plus, how you can navigate the upcoming sales.

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What to Buy (and Skip) in October 2021

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Here’s what to buy and skip this month to score discounts and, in some cases, ensure timely delivery.

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Beat Your Summer ‘Revenge Shopping’ Debt

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If your summer of “revenge” spending has come for a payback of its own in the form of lingering debt, make a plan for paying it off.

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6 Ways to Budget Using Your Bank Account

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If you’re having trouble sticking to a monthly budget, the solution might not be in a fancy app or a complicated spreadsheet, but rather in your humble bank account. Give these tactics a try.

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Financial Vital Signs to Monitor Right Now

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A midyear financial review is often a good idea. This year, it’s almost essential.

With people going back to offices, travel resuming and Congress making significant changes to various laws affecting your finances, consider taking some time to check in on your money. You might be able to make some smart moves to reflect the new realities.

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Savings Tips for Newbies, Experts and Everyone in Between

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When it comes to saving money, this year may look a little different from years past. 

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Make a Plan to Get Your Money Resolution Back on Track

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We’re three months into 2021. Let’s check on those financial New Year’s resolutions. (Remember those?) Quite possibly, they’ve already gone awry. Here’s how to salvage your money resolution.

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