There are green ways to approach holiday traditions like dyed eggs and Easter baskets.
A new survey also finds that nearly half of women in a relationship don't plan to buy a gift. But if they do, here are some deals.
Amazon has patented a system to 'return' gifts before they're shipped. It would save Amazon money, but is it tacky?
Deals and freebies include free chicken biscuits, cookbooks and potato chips.
Social media changes the world of barter, and one mom gets a PlayStation 2, clothes and toys for $45.
It's important that you don't out-think yourself by getting a gift that ends up costing somebody money down the road.
More kids are asking Santa for necessities rather than toys. The requests show that the recession isn't over for many families.
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