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'Set a Goal. Make a Plan. Save Automatically.' is the theme for America Saves Week 2013, which starts today.
After one family discovered they owed more than $474,000 for a hospital stay, they began to ask more specific questions. The answers surprised them.
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When you lose your wallet, you probably know you should report your credit and debit cards lost to prevent them from being used. What else needs to be done to protect your identity and your credit?
A new study flips the faithful customer willing to pay higher prices model and evidences that shoppers leverage their store loyalty to negotiate discounts.
Are you in the market for a new cellphone or a home theater system? Act fast because these items are cheapest during the month of February.
Think Pinterest is just for recipes and crafts? Think again; keep up to date with the latest in personal finance on Pinterest by following these five boards.
In between picking colors and a band, talking about finances is a must.
Eight different environmentally focused tax forms for tax year 2012 are on hold until March.
Save time and money on your taxes this year with these useful tips.
A romantic Valentine’s Day dinner out may cost more than you think, potentially thousands of dollars more.
MarketWatch columnist Brett Arends puts a spin on the popular Super Bowl commercial, So God made a farmer.
Monopoly, which first went on sale on this date in 1935, was my first introduction to the world of personal finance.
Here are some easy ways to save money in the bathroom by watching your water use.
Don't hold your breath if you’re hoping the United States will follow suit.
Find out what some of the best coupons for natural and organic products to be found online for February 2013.
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