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This Month in the Archives: Money Gifts, Cyber Monday, and the Season for Giving

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For a taste of old-time Consumerism Commentary, peruse these articles from the second half of November in prior years. From November 2006:

* Extreme Savers Greg and Tara: We Have Some Things in Common
* FreeCreditReport.com is a Scam!
* Money-Saving Tips for Shopping Online
* Wesabe, Web 2.0 Tool for Tracking Finances: Useful or Useless?
* There’s No Way to Sugarcoat This: I Spent Too Much This Weekend
* Young and in Debt: Five Twenty-Somethings Share Stories
* Money Gifts Better Than Cash, Better Than Things
* U.S. Mint Will Try Dollar Coins Again
* Did You Miss National Retirement Planning Week?
* Today was “Cyber Monday.� Did You Spend?
* Make Your Kids Rich: 5 Fun Gifts
* Saving for a Wedding Next Year
* Estimating Asset Values and Asset Depreciation

Here are some from the second half of November 2005:

* Don’t Stress About Investing
* Are You Pursuing Your Passion?
* Questions to Ask About Gift Cards
* HOWTO Excessively Spol Your Kids, Part 2
* Dinged Rental Cars, Dinged Wallet
* Gift Giving Among a Circle of Friends
* Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Strategies
* Will China Make Americans Better or Worse Off?
* Ten Percent of Income Over One Hundred Thousand Dollars
* Review of The Number by Lee Eisenberg, Part 1
* Taking a Pay Cut Sometimes Pays Off
* Bat-Mitzvah For The Rich And Not Really Famous
* Diversification is for Amateurs

From November 2004:

* More Millionaires This Year
* Top 30 ZIPs With Six-Figure Salaries
* ‘Tis The Season For Giving

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Updated November 29, 2007 and originally published November 25, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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