CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Dec. 23, 2013) -
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The holiday season is the time for giving. Unfortunately, for many, it's also a time for getting - huge bills when the holiday season is over.
With Canadian household debt at record levels and still on the rise, it's important to keep holiday spending in check. Studies show Canadians plan to spend an average of $1200 during this holiday season. Some tips on holidays spending:
Make a list, set your budget and stick to it.
Taking advantage of sales, coupons and comparison shopping.
Be transparent with your partner about your spending.
Think outside the box!
The holiday season should be a time of joy and spending time with family. You don't have to go into debt to do it.
Personal Bankruptcy Canada is pleased to present, "Twas the Night Before Christmas - Holiday Debt Style".
Happy Holidays from Personal Bankruptcy Canada.
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Member trustees from across the country are available for local media interviews regarding bankruptcy, debt and financial literacy. To schedule an interview please contact Angela Joyce.