Hoisting a pint (or more) in honor of St. Patrick? Your beer money goes further at a house party.
That's only 1 of our fun facts about St. Patrick's Day. However, there's no reliable estimate of how much of that beer will be dyed green.
This year, celebrate not just by wearing green, but keeping more of your green where it belongs -- in your pocket.
Bouquets and chocolates are still popular on Valentine's Day, but there's increasing interest in tech gifts. Clothing is a hot gift trend, too.
Whether you spend too little -- or more than you can afford -- on your valentine could very well indicate how you would approach money issues as a spouse.
Plenty of you are going to get a gift for Valentine's Day, but chances are good it won't be the gift that you want.
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