Sunday the 21st marks the first official day of winter, even though winter seemed to start in November this year.
The pressure is mounting. There always seems to be so much to do this week.
Holiday foods are expensive, so what can you do to keep your holiday traditions and not wreck the budget?
Twenty-five percent of annual giving to charities is done between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The anti-virus software company McAfee released its list of 12 holiday scams.
If you shop online and think it’s too late, fear not. If you order by next Thursday you can still get the item for Christmas.
Regifting is a sophisticated term for something that has been going on since people have been giving gifts.
A big item in the holiday budget is the amount spent on special food and drinks for the festivities.
You need to protect what’s in your wallet. You need to protect your numbers.
If money is tight at your house you may be thinking Christmas is not going to happen.