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All-New Christmas Budget Tool

If you want to have a merry different Christmas, it has to start with a plan. You just can’t wander into the holiday season without an idea of how you’ll be spending your hard-earned dollars.

That’s why we created My Christmas Budget. You can keep track of how much you plan on spending—and how much you actually spend—on each family member, friend and co-worker you plan on buying for. Plus, the tool makes it easy to budget your giving and other categories. You can even use it on your smartphone on the go!

It’s easy to blow a lot of money during the holidays. So using My Christmas Budget is a great way to stay focused on your financial goals.

Start your list today and share it with your friends!

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