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4 tips for a more merry, stress-free holiday shopping season

4 tips for a more merry, stress-free holiday shopping season

More than three in four Americans overspend during the holiday season, with the average household adding nearly $1,000 in debt. While it may seem like a fact of life, going into gift-purchase debt is not inevitable. Check out these four key tips to stress-free holiday spending, allowing you to devote yourself to some worry-free celebrating.

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stop the trend spending™

stop the trend spending™

Always following the latest trends can wreak havoc on your personal finances. Rewarding yourself for making good decisions is important, but you should evaluate that choice carefully. Let's take a look at the latest trend spending™ taking place, how much money is actually being spent, and how it could add up over time.

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get smart with money

get smart with money

Personal finance includes everything you do with money. Learn what it means to be financially responsible, how to recognize the difference between assets and liabilities, and how to explain the meaning of net worth.

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a case of stolen identity

a case of stolen identity

Take responsibility to protect your money and identity. Learn how to understand the issue of identity theft, describe problems that occur as a result of identity theft, and list ways to protect yourself from identify theft.

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protect yourself with insurance

protect yourself with insurance

Insurance is an important part of a financial plan. Learn how to explain the purpose of insurance, analyze different types of insurance, and recognize the difference between an insurance premium and an insurance deductible.

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watching money grow

watching money grow

The earlier you start investing, the better. Learn how to build wealth with investing, compare the various types of investments, and explain the power of compound interest.

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investing for the long term

investing for the long term

Saving is for the short term; investing is long term. Learn how to explain the difference between saving and investing, describe the impact of inflation, and understand the time value of money.

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giving to others

giving to others

When you're giving to others, it’s hard to be selfish. Learn how to identify your core values, understand the meaning of charitable giving, and appreciate the benefits of giving.

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 how to be financially prepared for disasters

how to be financially prepared for disasters

Natural or manmade disasters strike without warning and can happen to anyone. Even minor disasters can damage or destroy property or other belongings. They can also seriously impair your ability to conduct essential financial transactions.

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planning for unexpected life events

planning for unexpected life events

You never know what life is going to throw at you. Being prepared for unexpected life events will help give you peace of mind.

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