Have you not set up a budget for Black Friday? This could be dangerous for your finances. With the economy taking such a hit everyone should have a budget set for their holiday shopping. First you can make a list of what you want to buy for your family. Sit down and take note of how much you will need to make sure all of your monthly bills can be paid. Then you can search online to get an estimate of what your desired gifts will cost. If you have enough left over to buy them then, and only then, can you start to add to your list of things you would like to get outside of your family.Too many people get in over their head because they are trying to impress people. Who are you impressing when you by the entire office five dollar gifts that they will probably re-gift or toss after a while. Those may even take place before you have finished paying off your credit card for this season. Woe. Thanksgiving and Christmas are not for impressing other people but for enjoying your family and quality time which builds life long memories.Will they even remember what you bought them one year from now? Who can enjoy these precious couple of months knowing they will be in debt for even longer? Not me. With that in mind, keep to your budge and keep to your list and go shopping by yourself or with just one other person. Without knowing it people actually spend more in a group because of the cheery atmosphere.When one-on-one you can even feel more free about confiding in that one individual about sticking to your budget. You may even help them stick to a budget if they know you are on one. Team work, yeah. You can enjoy the holidays without going broke, I promise.If you want to earn a little extra cash for the holidays I have found a great free resource to show you how. You will learn how you can put the Internet to good use for your holiday budget. To get started as early as today CLICK BELOW.