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The EBT cards that have replaced food stamps are accepted at many farmers markets, but not all vendors are set up to accept them. Some markets are getting creative to make sure all SNAP recipients have access to fresh, local, healthy food.
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Just because the nuptials are nixed doesn't mean all is lost.
Even dining out for lunch twice a week can really add up.
Americans spent 78.4 percent of their income in 2012, down from 82.2 percent in 2002.
Consumers can now research pricing on Obamacare's health insurance exchange plans.
A Bankrate.com survey reveals that nearly half of American consumers are paying more for medical expenses this year than they did in 2012.
Buffett tells Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan that businesses have rebounded from the recession, but individuals haven't.
A key provision of the Affordable Care Act will go live on October 1; use these tools and websites to help you navigate health care exchanges.
State health care exchanges are one of the most confusing parts of the Affordable Care Act, but this infographic from Bankrate.com explains the process in an easy-to-understand way.
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As kids head back to school, single parents are hitting the dating scene again.
Bad credit is a relationship killer for some singles.
In consumer psychology, the 'paradox of choice' theory holds that too many options can hamper shoppers' decision-making ability, but the concept has been brought into question.
Fewer people are paying no federal income tax, which is just one sign that the economy is improving.
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