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From minimal deadlines to a minefield of fine print, retailers are making it more difficult to return those unwanted holiday presents.
Your packed holiday household will be a lot more bearable when you're relaxing in a European spa a few weeks later.
Did the holidays sneak up on you? Here's some last-minute help for shopping procrastinators.
Nobody's judging you for putting off holiday shopping this long, especially big-box stores, health and beauty chains and convenience marts.
Not only can investors keep more of their investments out of their 2014 tax bill, but they can give themselves a nice present down the road.
In their own words, almost 20% of U.S. consumers say they will carry their debt with them until they die.
When it comes to seeing movies on Christmas day, Santa takes a back seat to epics, musicals, goofball comedies and the occasional slavery revenge fantasy.
Craft beer enthusiasts may enjoy some new brewing equipment or accessories, but a half-gallon keg and actual beer can't miss.
After last year's logistical disaster from Amazon and UPS, retailers and delivery services are being a lot more conservative with their holiday shipping promises.
Automakers want to get rid of inventory and are willing to give buyers a free loan at the end of 2014 to do so.