When you’re under pressure to give that perfect present at Christmas it can be much harder to stick to a budget. A recent article in Money & Life helps you find ways to make your gift budget go further with top tips for giving generously without going overboard on spending.
According to the comparison website finder.com, the average Australian is planning to spend $464 on Christmas gifts in the lead up to 25 December 2018. However, around this time last year, the Commonwealth Bank reported that collectively we’re likely to overspend by $625 million. This isn’t so surprising when the same survey shows seven million Aussies don’t keep track of how much they spend over Christmas.
But in their 2018 predictions, Finder also report that many Aussies are aiming to save on Christmas spending by doing things like making gifts or buying wrapping paper in bulk. With these budget-friendly ideas in mind, Money & Life put together six of the best ways you can spend less on gifts, without ending up feeling like a Scrooge instead of a jolly Santa. Read the full article here.
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