Your holiday shopping style may be a generation thing


By Lauren Schwahn
Most Americans will shop for holiday gifts this season, but how they do so and their attitudes about the experience vary by generation, according to a new study.
Personal finance website NerdWallet analyzed behavior and trends among Millennials (ages 18-34), Gen Xers (35-54) and Baby Boomers (55+) in its 2016 Consumer Holiday Shopping Report and found that the generations often have different budgeting, saving and spending habits.
No matter which age group you belong to, you can avoid making shopping mistakes by keeping a few best practices in mind. After all, as NerdWallet’s retail expert

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