Infographic: The scary truth about Halloween spending in 2013
You’d think with all of the uncertainty over the economy and continuing household issues with debt that the average American consumer would be scaling back on Halloween costs this year. Yet consumer expectations show we’re spending even more in 2013 than we have ever before. With the most expensive shopping season of the year right around the corner, going overboard on Halloween expenses could have scary consequences for your budget.
At Consolidated Credit, our goal is to help you strike a balance between what you want to do and what you can afford. It’s important to make holidays like Halloween fund and special for your family without amassing a frightening amount of credit card debt in the process. If you really want to get ahead, you need to make a plan that minimizes your existing debt while looking ahead to help you avoid debt problems in the future. If too much debt is giving you nightmares this Halloween, call us at to speak with a certified credit counselor or take the first step online with a request for a Free Debt Analysis.
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