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Good relationships celebrate love all the time, making it fiscally smart to save a few bucks and take advantage of post-Valentine's bargains?


When it comes to romantic screw-ups, missing Valentine's Day is about as bad as it gets. But what if you miss it on purpose?

Kathryn Hauer does that every single year. Married to her husband for 33 years, she is not hung up on the actual date. Feb. 14 may come and go, but the post-holiday bargains are just too good to pass up.

"For us, itís fiscally smart," said the Aiken, South Carolina, financial planner. "As a gal who loves the after-holiday sales, Iím all for scooping up deals for my husband."


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