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Money Magazine hit the streets to find out what personal financial goals people are setting for the New Year.
Since the economic downturn of 2008-2009, gift cards have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity, yet consumers still do not spend every last penny that is credited to their gift cards.
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From higher taxes to cuts in spending, the full potential ramifications are still unknown.
Of those who have already started shopping, nearly 29 percent have already spent more money than they expected this season.
I didn’t want to just throw them away, and they’re not recyclable. What was a green-minded gal to do?
If no fiscal cliff deal is reached, mandatory budget cuts could have an impact on food safety.
A study has shown that shoppers tend to buy items at the center of store displays because their eyes subconsciously look straight while shopping.
The second Monday in December is often one of the busiest online shopping days of the season.
The Xylem 2012 Value of Water Index reveals growing consumer concern about our nation’s water infrastructure and that the majority of Americans are willing to pay for improvements.
Sixty-five percent of consumers say they will be are saving for long-term goals compared with just 29 percent saving for short-term goals.
Making a last-minute charitable donation and using up your flexible spending account are just two important year-end tax tips.
Displeasure with the mortgage industry has one-third of consumers saying, if offered, they would consider getting a mortgage from Walmart.
Buying American-made goods can create new jobs and give a much-needed boost to the nation's economy.
Among people with low financial literacy, one group is more likely to carry a balance, pay the minimum, pay a late fee and other problematic behaviors.
CNBC's personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson counsels a couple on how best to spend a large cash wedding gift.