Forget a tie. This year give the fathers in your life something they will really enjoy — without breaking your budget. The secret is to consider those niceties that they likely never buy for themselves. Not sure what that might be? Here’s a cheat sheet to jumpstart your imagination:
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Think twice before buying these things.
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Some purchases are just plain dumb. Give yourself — and your budget — a break. Don’t spend money on this stuff.
If you’re willing to pay a little more for these products, you may never have to shop for another again.
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