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December 10, 2014
If the holiday season leaves you feeling assailed by worthy causes from all sides, the Wall Street Journal has some tips on how to say "no" without guilt.
"With the year-end fast approaching you’re likely to be bombarded by charitable-giving requests—some of which you may have no interest in supporting. The good news: Financial advisers and therapists say it’s fine to decline these requests. Below, four reasons why it’s OK to say 'no,' and how to do so without feeling like Scrooge." -- Veronica Dagher, the Wall Street Journal