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Tips For Parents On Trimming Kids' Christmas Lists

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Many parents are hoping their Christmas story will have a happy ending this year, despite the tough economic times. According to the head of education at the Consumer Council, 90 percent of consumers are worried about making ends meet, and almost half are worried about how they're going to cover the cost of Christmas.\r\n
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