Creating a custom spending plan to prevent crippling holiday debt.
Though it may be early with the spooky season and turkey season ahead of us first, now is the time to begin thinking about your holiday budgeting. Starting early will give you the opportunity to keep a lookout for deals and steals prior to the madness of the holiday shopping season.
Consolidated Credit will be hosting a free holiday budgeting webinar to help you “sleigh” this holiday season! Join us on Wednesday, October 13, 2020, at 1:00 pm (EST).
The holidays can be a stressful time for many
The average American ran up $1,325 in credit card debt last year
And if you don’t budget efficiently you will wind up with holiday debt hangover
But Consolidated Credit is here to help with a free holiday survival guide webinar
You’ll learn to create a spending plan that works for you, as well as solutions to expensive gift-giving and a couple nifty tricks to make money while spending.
Sign up for free today then join us Wednesday, October 13th
Traversing this holiday season
Retail executives are anticipating a 35 percent growth in e-commerce sales compared to the prior year. With an increase in online sales expected, including online purchase/in-store pickup, retail executives also believe this will lead to more online promotions as well as extended hours during Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
With online shopping becoming more prevalent, could your holiday budget suffer? Not on our watch! During the pandemic, you may have taken on a few expenses that you may no longer need or could put on hold temporarily. Take a look at your subscriptions and memberships then ask yourself “Do I really need them?”
With holiday spending in mind, Consolidated Credit is here to guide you to a healthy spending budget.
Sign up for our free Holiday $urvival Guide webinar
With average spending during the winter holidays being $1000 or more, Consolidated Credit will guide your way to a comfortable holiday spending budget. Join us in October to learn more about how to set a sensible spending spree for thee.