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Why We Shop:Understanding the Psychology of Spending

Ever wonder why it is so hard to control spending? There are many factors that loosen our purse strings and open our wallets. Knowing what these forces are and keeping them in mind can help you stay on budget – and out of debt. Advertising   Countless dollars are being spent to understand your buying [...]

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Shop Til You Drop-King Street Shop Walk 2012!

“Anyone who tells you that money can’t buy happiness doesn’t know where to shop”-Unknown Tonight we shop for happiness on King Street!  The fourth annual King Street Shop Walk happens tonight, December 7, 2012.  You can pick up your Passport at the Charleston Place Hotel starting at 5:00 P.M.  Passport?  Yes, your passport to  complimentary [...]

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Going Mobile While Shopping

This blog post was written by our Young & Free Spokester Darryl LaPlante.  Young & Free SC is a program powered by South Carolina Federal to engage the 25-and-under crowd in financial education.  Here’s what Darryl had to say about his shopping habits. I can’t count the number of times I’ve been in a store [...]

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A Last Minute Guide to Last Minute Gift Giving!

Liz Clark, Member Services Coordinator, joins us again as Guest Blogger; Read on! I do my work at the same time every day—at the very last minute possible.  I admit…I’m a procrastinator.  There are a lot of us, almost 30 percent of the population, so don’t feel ashamed to admit it.  We just choose to live [...]

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Did I just spend that much on dinner?

The holiday season has many of us in the shopping and dining mood…Last week I talked about being cautious about shopping discounts. This week, I’d like to talk a little bit about sneaky strategies restaurants use to get you to spend more money! • Some menus omit the dollar sign (using 25 instead of $25). [...]

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