People shop at a Gap factory store at the Citadel Outlets in Los Angeles in this 2013 photo. The National Retail Federation anticipates family budgeting will cause back-to-school spending to decline 5.8 percent this year.
People shop at a Gap factory store at the Citadel Outlets in Los Angeles in this 2013 photo. The National Retail Federation anticipates family budgeting will cause back-to-school spending to decline 5.8 percent this year. Jae C. Hong AP
People shop at a Gap factory store at the Citadel Outlets in Los Angeles in this 2013 photo. The National Retail Federation anticipates family budgeting will cause back-to-school spending to decline 5.8 percent this year. Jae C. Hong AP

Back-to-school spending may dip on tighter budgeting, NRF says

July 15, 2015 08:59 AM