Most of us struggle to save, but for some chronic savers, parting with cash is excruciating -- and so they deny themselves comfort and pleasure.
Prices for patio furniture won't sink any lower, but if you're in the market for a refrigerator or a new set of wheels, patience is likely to pay.
The good news is we're getting smarter about saving money on groceries. The bad news? A trio of mistakes keeps costing us money.
Marketers would like you to think you're getting awesome deals over the Labor Day weekend, but better deals are to be had if you can hold out until after Thanksgiving.
Consumers return about $264 billion worth of merchandise per year, and retailers want to curb the growth of fraud. But is customer profiling the answer?
Picking your own health insurance means a complex shopping experience that will involve choices and hard decisions.
Jeans, sports equipment or winter coats someone else has outgrown may be just exactly what your student needs, and at a fraction of the original cost.
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