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Forget buying the person behind you a cup of coffee, a couple of Canadians purchased coffee for an entire day's worth of customers.
Televisions, gaming systems, mobile phones for a whole family and subscriptions for everything can eat into even the most solid budget.
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A single back-to-school supply request obliterated a bargain shopping streak.
Mobile payments are expected to hit more than $2.5 billion in 2014 and reach close to $10 billion in 2015.
The income gap in the United States is widening but the racial wealth gap is even more of a concern.
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As teachers prepare to return to schools across the nation this fall, they will be reaching into their own pockets to help stock their classrooms.
If you're a puzzle fanatic and a fan of Chipotle burritos, Adventurrito is the game for you.
Couples continue to put off having children because of the nation's economy.
Buffett has given annually to the Gates Foundation since 2006.
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The banking industry has changed a lot, from free checking to fee checking. The latest twist is pay-what-you-want checking.
Coupons for ice cream, organic chips and canning products will come in handy this time of year.
The '4 Days 4 America' challenge kicks off today.
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