Two major retailers have already come out with their lists of must-have playthings. Early warnings are just one of the changes in the way we shop.
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Emergency preparedness doesn't have to cost a fortune. Right now, while the coast is clear, is the time to get ready.
And by survive we mean food and a few sundries. it can be done, and you stand to save a whole bundle if you know what to buy.
A couple of recent studies prove why the frugal are considered sexier than the spendthrift.
Most of us struggle to save, but for some chronic savers, parting with cash is excruciating -- and so they deny themselves comfort and pleasure.
For the frugal-minded, a treat that happens every day is no longer a treat -- it's overhead. A review of some tried-and-true advice may be in order.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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