Don’t let Christmas spending kill your retirement

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The Gallup organization estimated that Americans spent $854 on gifts in 2012.  When you add the cost of Christmas trees, cards and postage, decorations, travel, etc., the total cost a typical Christmas is probably over $1,000.

Financial expert and retirement counselor Rick Rodgers visits FOX43 to talk about holiday spending can impact your retirement accounts. He offers tips to prevent draining your budget while reinvesting the money you save on holiday gifts.

For more information, visit Rick’s website.

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