Trying to eliminate all of the small things you enjoy, like lattes and manicures, might do more harm than good to your finances.
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There are many ways you can hurt your credit score during the frenzy of the holidays, experts say.
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This year, Americans plan to spend an average of $1,175 on holiday
gifts, an increase of 12 percent compared to 2015, according to the latest data.
As your credit card issuer is making money off the interest and fees you
have to pay, you’re losing more and more of your hard-earned cash.
The next time you step up to the register, beware the cashier promising
freebies in exchange for signing up for a store credit card.
Christmas is a time for giving. But it can also be a time to feel pressured to give beyond your means.