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This holiday shopping season is expected to be a good one for retailers, with spending estimated to be up by 4.1% over 2013, according to the National Retailer Federation.
Millions of Americans will be going online to find holiday shopping deals, but they can still expect to spend 16% more than shoppers in bricks-and-mortar stores.
Money issues are the leading cause of divorce. Head that issue off at the pass with a good money talk.
Research on car coverage provides a good lesson for anyone selling goods and services: when customers say "cheap," they don't mean low-quality
Winter can demoralize the best of us, but seasonal disorders can be beat with some creativity.
About $43 billion worth of gift cards went unused from 2005 to 2012, benefiting only the retailers. There's a safer, better way to go.
'Unbanked' consumers are bypassing traditional financial institutions and instead managing their money with untraditional personal financial tools.
The government is reporting an upswing in age discrimination on the job. Older workers need a plan that changes the equation.
Rents are up an average 7% this year, while incomes have climbed only 1.8% — and that's only the start of the problems.