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This year more people will be taking part in Halloween, the biggest non gift-giving holiday in the U.S., but they will be economizing.
New college graduates need to learn how to prioritize debt payoff vs. savings.
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By putting solar panels on your roof and an electric car in your garage, you could essentially drive for free. How soon can you start?
With college tuition increasing annually, parents aren't just asking themselves how to pay for college but if they can help at all.
In 2012, average healthcare premiums will top $10,000 per employee for the first time.
A double-dip recession is imminent, according to one expert.
Some of the best coupons for natural and organic products to be found online.
Bank of America's announcement of a $5 monthly debit card fee has caused an uproar from its customers.
Results from a TIME and Money magazine survey reveal that most Americans are pessimistic about the nation’s economy.
Two moms from season 2 of 'Extreme Couponing' make an appearance on the 'Today' show.
The median household income in the nation declined between 2000 and 2010.
At a time when many Americans are experiencing financial crises, one of the nation's most popular food banks closes its doors. Unfortunately, there is also a controversial angle to the closing.
'Greenies' aren't the upper middle-class do-gooders of popular perception. In fact, green consumers span all income brackets, and they may just be the way of the future.
As the Federal Reserve chairman prepares to announce Operation Twist, some economists are already doubting its chances for success.
Let's do with money what the slow food movement did with food. By investing in local businesses, you can turn a profit and change your community for the better.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.