7:00 am October 19, 2009, by Rana Cash
The holiday season is right around the corner. Does that mean debt is knocking on our door?
Despite layoffs and economic trouble, many people will continue to rack up debt this holiday season. It makes them feel better, like nothing has really changed. What an awful mistake that would be.
A book landed on my desk this week, ‘Shoptimism: Why The American Consumer Will Keep On Buying No Matter What.’”
I’m intrigued and can’t wait to jump into this book by author Lee Eisenberg.
I wondered: Will you set a holiday shopping budget? Will it be more or less than usual? Will you search for layaway plans? Is there really such a thing as a ‘Shopaholic?’
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