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Groundhog Day has come and gone. Winter's still here. You're paying holiday bills. Here are a few inexpensive ideas to keep you going until spring.
Travel fraud
As you look forward to a summer getaway, watch out for these common scams:
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Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving and the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, seems to be starting earlier every year. First we saw stores opening to hordes of shoppers at 4 a.m. Friday, then at 3 a.m., a few years back. Now some big-box retailers aren't even waiting that long. They're opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day this year, hoping families will eat and run to the nearest mall.
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Holiday travel these days is a Santa-sized hassle and it can be a real budget buster as well.
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If you hate Tax Day, here's something to make it a little easier to swallow: free food.
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With everybody interested in saving a buck (or 20) these days, "bargains," "sales," and "special money saving offers" are popping up everywhere.
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