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Wake Up with Wealthtender: About Next Friday

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Good morning.

We’re just one week away from Black Friday when your inbox will be filled with unbeatable offers and insanely low prices. 🙄

Sure, it’s great to take advantage of special offers when they come around, but how can you be sure your keen eye for deals doesn’t become a black eye for your budget? Nobody wants to wake up to a credit card hangover when the holidays are over. 🤕

Today’s recommended reads and listens will help you cruise through the holiday shopping season with tips to put great gifts under the tree without the cost of an extravagant shopping spree. 🎄

Need a helping hand with your finances this holiday season? Turn to the financial advisors and coaches on Wealthtender who can turn your money fears into holiday cheers as you count down to New Year’s. 🥂

Friday Trivia: What city is credited with inadvertently coining the term ‘Black Friday’?  👇

10 Simple Steps to Ace Your Holiday Shopping

The best way to ace your holiday shopping is to be strategic about it.

Spending a bit of time to plan your holiday shopping ahead can save you a lot of time, stress, and money.

Use the 10-step process in this article to create your plan and execute it like a champ.

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This Week’s Reads & Listens

Enjoy this curated selection of content from Wealthtender Financial Network partners.

💳 4 Ways To Actually Save Money On Black Friday

I love a good Black Friday deal, but they rarely save you money. Why? For a couple of reasons actually. [Atypical Finance]

🎁 Christmas on a Budget: 5 Ways to Make it Magical

You may be wondering if it’s possible to have a magical Christmas on a budget. The good news is that you absolutely can! [The Savvy Couple]

💲 The Best Presents that Don’t Look Expensive

Looking for cheap but thoughtful Christmas gifts? Discover ideas for someone who is on a budget or does not want to spend too much money. [Money Bliss]

🎅 Don’t Let the Holidays Ruin Your Budget

In this episode, Christine offers tips for setting your holiday gift-giving budget and ways to minimize your holiday decorating and entertaining expenses. [Christine Luken]

💰 21 Foolproof Ways to Stick to Your Holiday Budget

There are numerous strategies, tips, and tricks to allow you to stick to your holiday budget while still ensuring that you have an enjoyable holiday season. [Our Life on Fire]  

💡 6 Tips to Save $250-500 on Christmas This Year

If you save money on Christmas, it can be a blessing on the holidays and your budget. An extra $250-500 can go a long way toward your financial goals. [Mr. Jamie Griffin]

Can’t get enough? Check out these articles from members of our community, too:

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The Brightest Stars

Each week we showcase a member of our network who has earned a 5-star review on Wealthtender. 

Michelle Boss, aka The Money Boss, teaches the success habits and behaviors which contribute to financial wellness and freedom. As an entrepreneur and business woman, she enjoys sharing and discussing out of the box ideas and strategies to build wealth. She is also an advocate for teen and young adult financial education.



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👉 Friday Trivia:  What city is credited with inadvertently coining the term ‘Black Friday’? The earliest evidence of the phrase Black Friday originated in Philadelphia, dating back to 1961, where it was used by police to describe the heavy pedestrian and vehicular traffic that would occur on the day after Thanksgiving. (Wikipedia

Disclaimer: In order to make Wealthtender free for our readers, we earn money from advertisers including financial professionals who pay to be featured on our platform. This creates a natural conflict of interest when we favor promotion of our clients over other professionals not featured on Wealthtender. Learn how we operate with integrity to earn your trust.

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