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Chances are you have either given or been given a regift. In fact, whether you are a fan or foe, regifting has become a phenomenon.

Since the folks at Money Management International are givers, we wanted to share some of our thoughts about holiday gifting.In addition to gifting, we’ll cover a variety of ways consumers can keep their budgets (and sanity!) in tact. We also invite you to share your thoughts, opinions, and ideas about holiday spending.

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Santa Scales Back
Posted by Kim McGrigg on 11/5/2008
This year everyone is planning to cut back their holiday spending. And I mean everyone. Check out this letter my children got in the mail yesterday:

Santa Claus
North Pole

Dear Children,

I am writing because I need your help. You see, there is a limited supply of magic corn this year. To help conserve the reindeer?s energy, I need to keep the sled light. You can help by narrowing your list down to one or two special wishes.

On the bright side, there is no shortage of Christmas spirit! Please spread some holiday cheer by spending time with your family and friends, baking cookies, drawing pictures, and singing carols. Remember, the best gifts don?t come in a box.

Thank you for consistently making the ?nice? list,


Want Santa to send a letter like this to your kids? Send an email with your mailing address to and I?ll see what I can do. (Don?t worry?Santa will not share your contact information with anyone.)
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