December 14, 2022
We’ve emerged from a few years of social distancing and reduced holiday celebrations, only to be met by talks of a pending recession and financial uncertainty. Credit One Bank polled our cardmembers to get the pulse on their feelings, expectations, and budget plans around this year’s holiday season.
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For over a quarter of a century, Heather has been working as a journalist in all media: TV, radio, print, and online. After establishing her career in Toronto, she has been living, working, and playing in Las Vegas for the past decade. She loves pulling apart complicated topics to make them simple, fun, and easy to understand, especially in the business and financial niches. But she also enjoys writing about the personal side of life, including success, relationships, families, and pets. She approaches everything from a yin-yang perspective, so her passion for wordplay and entertaining metaphors is always balanced with an intense (and some would say annoying) focus on facts and accuracy.
The holiday season is a time for family and friends … and gifts and food … and decorations … and celebrations … and traveling … and maybe even an occasional pumpkin-spiced item or two.
For many, the holiday season is all about giving. Giving gifts to loved ones, making donations to charities, giving time and any accumulated airline miles to visit friends and family, and giving away healthy chunks of our paychecks this time of year to make all of the above happen.