Do like Santa; take the time to sit down with pen in hand and make out a list of who you are planning on buying presents for.
It’s time to starting thinking about holiday shopping, and how you are going to pay for those gifts this year.
The holidays can be a lot of fun, but then the bills start arriving in January. As we all know, that’s not so much fun.
If you have to return gifts this holiday season, it may be costly.
During the recession these past couple of years, most shoppers have watched their holiday budgets closely. Now, many of them are suffering from what’s being called “Frugality Fatigue.”
The high school and college students on your holiday shopping list may want plenty, but what’s worth your money?
Note, most malls close early on Christmas Eve, and are closed entirely on Christmas Day. Individual store hours may vary.
According to the National Retail Federation, 87 percent of holiday shoppers say they won’t buy a gift this year unless it is on sale.
The holiday shopping season is well underway. Businesses are looking to draw customers in any way they can. Many are pitching deals on Facebook.
On the first day of the online shopping season, the words “Cyber Monday” are music to retailers’ ears.