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November 29th is the great day of savings this year. We all know it as Black Friday. It’s that day after Thanksgiving where just about every category of shopping goes on sale. Typically, folks look at this day as the opportunity to save big bucks on their favorite merchandise. It’s true, Black Friday offers screaming deals. Here, you’ll find out some interesting information about this crazy “holiday” that will either be thought-provoking, or it might make you think twice about buying that TV you’ve always wanted. 

The countdown to Thanksgiving has begun. 

We all look forward to preparing a great meal for friends and family, but the costs – in both time and money – can be hard to digest.  

The holidays are a time full of merry gift-giving and cheer, but once it’s all over and you get that final credit card statement, the wonderment of the holidays is sure to fade into a distant memory. The most important way to avoid over-spending on holiday gifts is to remember to plan ahead. Consider these holiday spending tips during this year's season of giving:

With Black Friday and Cyber Monday just days away, no doubt you are receiving all kinds of tempting promotions and deals.  And while the savings are legit, the holidays can also bring more fraud. 

So, who’s headed to the grocery store this weekend? With Thanksgiving less than a week away, it’s time to start stuffing the turkey, “candying” the yams, and adding those weird crunchy things to the green bean casserole.