If you don’t have the cash in hand to plunk down for your holiday gifts, consider layaway. While it’s not free, it will keep your credit card balances down, so you don’t end up paying for your gifts after the holidays.
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Here are a few free holiday apps to help you protect your sanity and your wallet this holiday season.
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Paying bills online is a convenience that can make your life easier. Online bill pay not only saves you time, but also money. Learn the do’s and don’ts of online bill pay.
Money saving ideas and tips from a working young professional.