You don't want to still be payng this year's bills next Christmas!
Christmas: Paying Off Holiday Debt
How much did you spend on the holidays last year? Are you still paying for the presents unwrapped months ago? Let's see if we can't help you understand why you're still paying for last Christmas and what you can do about it today.Repaying Christmas Bills
Did you start out the new year with a Christmas bill hangover? So what are you going to do about it? Here's a look at a couple of options.
7 Tips to Beat the Post-Holiday Debt Blues
If you're determined to escape the cycle of holiday overspending, here's how to do it.Recover from a Holiday Spending Hangover
If the holiday season left you with a huge credit card bill, you're probably feeling debt's bite. Try these 7 ways to spend smarter. You'll reduce expenses without denying yourself or racking up new account balances.Overdid It with Your Holiday Spending? Read This
Have frugal fun in January and beyond while taming your leftover debt from December.Pay Off Holiday Debt
If you find yourself faced with holiday debt, there are some steps you can take to pay down your debt and get back on track with your finances.Perfect-Credit Hack: Pay Off Remaining Holiday Debts
Here's how to hurry up and pay off that holiday debt so you can keep your credit score in check.Paying Off Holiday Bills
Just as the smart shopper compared prices in November and December, the smart credit card user pays off the resulting bills as quickly as possible.
Are you heading for debt trouble? This simple checklist can help you.4 Ways to Pay Off Holiday Debts
There are things that you can do now to get holiday debts off your back. Let's take a look at a couple of strategies you might want to consider.
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