As Halloween approaches, expert offers tips on cutting holiday costs
The start of holiday season is the time to set expectations for the rest of the year
InvestigateTV - Halloween celebration costs can quickly add up but there are ways to save on expenses.
Cherry Dale, a financial coach with the Virginia Credit Union offered several ways for you to save money on tricks and treats:
Set expectations with your family: Make plans and a budget so everyone is on the same page.
Be resourceful when pulling together a costume: Reuse old costumes or even host a costume exchange.
Reuse or repurpose: Use old pillowcases for trick-or-treating bags.
Don’t feel pressure to spend more than you budgeted: Most kids will have a ball if they just get to run around the neighborhood.
Halloween is a great time to set you on the right path for the rest of the year and the rest of the upcoming holidays.
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