Christmas On A Budget

by Jeffrey Kosola on October 8, 2010

This will be the last time I mention Christmas On A Budget until next year.  Throughout this year I been writing tips on how to save money for Christmas and avoid the nasty New Year’s Christmas Debt Hangover.

Here are the other articles I’ve written this year about saving for Christmas.  They offer some simple advice to achieving your spending goals.

If you have not started to budget or saved for Christmas by now, you are in crisis mode.  You need to figure out how much money you are going to spend for the holidays this year and then divide that number by the number of paychecks left until Christmas.  The number will probably be somewhat high because there are only a few payday’s left.

If you are serious about not having Christmas debt then you NEED to act now.  Remember, if you don’t get moving now you will have to pay the piper come next January.  The choice is yours, take the action required to win our war on Christmas Debt.

Don’t believe me that Christmas is coming up FAST, here is the Christmas Clock.  Tick Tock Tick Tock do let debt come knock.  Don’t forget to use online coupons, they’ll save you a ton.

These are a few other great Christmas related articles you can check out too; homemade Christmas gifts and great gift ideas