Tricks, treats, spooks and screams… Halloween can be a blast, but it can also blast a serious hole in your budget if you don’t plan ahead and wind up overspending on your credit cards. We help you have a frightfully fun Halloween without breaking the bank with the latest tips on how to treat yourself without getting tricked into debt.
Nov 07, 2013 | April Lewis-Parks
We asked consumers to show off just how frightfully frugal they could be by creating their own Halloween costumes totaling less than $15.00
Oct 07, 2013 | April Lewis-Parks
Consolidated Credit's Halloween Photo Contest is to die for - with cash prizes being awarded for the best frugal costume ideas that cost less than $15.
Oct 11, 2012 | April Lewis-Parks
Halloween is big business. Ghosts and goblins emerge in October and Trick-or-Treaters" of all ages open their wallets to spend. "
Oct 12, 2011 | April Lewis-Parks
Many parents like to dress up their kids on Halloween but costumes can also come at an expensive price tag. Read our money saving tips to save on costumes, candy, decorations and more.
Sep 28, 2010 | April Lewis-Parks
Halloween is now the second most expensive holiday, but most people overlook it when it comes to budgeting, planning ahead and credit card debt.
Oct 14, 2009 | April Lewis-Parks
Tough US economy scares the spending out of Halloween 2009. Consolidated Credit Counseling Services offers tips to have a less financially frightening holiday.