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Will you have a debt hangover after Boxing Day?
This year the average Canadian will shell out over $1,000 on holiday gifts and expenses. More shocking is that almost a quarter will spend over $2,000.
comScore predict increase in seasonal spending online
Digital marketing intelligence company comScore say that holiday spending has been strong in November-December with over $9 billion being spent online in a 21 day period, up 13 percent on last years figures.
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