Retailers are always trying to understand more about their customers. But how far is too far when it comes to learning about your shopping habits?
Worrying about finances isn't unusual, but you don't want that concern to reach unhealthy proportions. You can learn to put money in its place and free your mind for other things.
You're paying a lot for those ink cartridges. Wouldn't it be nice if more of that ink ended up on the page?
If a ceremony is called off, you can get a good deal on venues, photographers and the like. It's not the only way to save money, though.
A new survey says 42% of women think female financial independence alienates men AND women. Why are we still having this conversation?
Consumers have complained that they've been charged for services that were not rendered.
A phone can only handle so much adversity.
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