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Is $500 too much to spend on your kids this Christmas?

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Merry Christmas from our Marley

It’s the season of giving, and that, like everything, comes at a price.

About a fifth of parents will spend between $200 and $500 per child this Christmas, according to a Daily Mail article citing an Urban Sitter survey.

Thirty-two percent of parents will spend between $100 and $200 on each child, while 18 percent will spend less than $50 on each child, the article said.

Three percent will spend over $500 per child.

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