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Spending

*Do you spend more than you earn? 44% of U.S. families do. Source

*Each day over $126 Million is poured through vending machines! Source

*Nearly 147 million people went out to shop on Black Friday in 2012.

*Procrastinators typically beat out the early birds. The Saturday before Christmas has typically been the busiest shopping day of the year rather than Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving). Source

*The “average” US household which has an income of $63,000 spends more than $8,000 on things it does not actually need. Source

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