Tuesday Newsday – 12 Money Tips from Holiday “Experts”

December 21st, 2010

From the Grinch’s discovery that Christmas isn’t about expensive gifts to learning about energy efficiencies as Irving Berlin sings about serious winter weather woes, I just love the idea of turning to popular Christmas icons to be a little penny-wise this year. Between this and my New Year’s life on Sesame Street, my life is turning into an animated series. But in a good way.

Every holiday season, we revisit the prophetic words of Charles Dickens. No, not the life lessons Ebenezer Scrooge learned from Marley, Tiny Tim and a couple of time-traveling spirits in “A Christmas Carol.” Instead, many of us find that the holidays offer the best of times and the worst of times. But you won’t have to struggle with a tale of two (or more) holiday financial disasters if you follow the advice of some celebrated Christmas characters. We’ve taken a look at a dozen seasonal celebrants. Each embodies a valuable money message to make the days merry and bright. Read more…

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One Response to “Tuesday Newsday – 12 Money Tips from Holiday “Experts””

  1. Mike says:

    Good advice about a list. We do that in our family and not only does it make shopping MUCH easier at Christmas it keeps us on track and lets us get things that are more meaningful to the people we give to.

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