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While the US may have veered away from the fiscal cliff, the expiration of a payroll tax cut will still put more financial burden on many Americans.
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Income tax withholding will stay the same for 98% of Americans but payroll taxes are going up.
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Boost retirement savings, reduce budget items and having a will drawn up are on the list for 2013.
While the online retailer continued to dominate, Apple, Dell and JCPenney all experienced drops in holiday sales this year.
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One expert believes that fiscal cliff fears may have negatively impacted holiday shopping.
Money Magazine hit the streets to find out what personal financial goals people are setting for the New Year.
Since the economic downturn of 2008-2009, gift cards have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity, yet consumers still do not spend every last penny that is credited to their gift cards.
From higher taxes to cuts in spending, the full potential ramifications are still unknown.
Of those who have already started shopping, nearly 29 percent have already spent more money than they expected this season.
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