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Anyone can save at least 1% as long as they budget carefully, spend intentionally and take advantage of financial tools, an expert says.
This year promises to provide much bigger savings to consumers as long as crude oil remains relatively cheap, AAA says.
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Most people want to save in the coming year, especially higher earners on the East Coast. Baby boomers just think they spend too much.
Overall, last year was good for Main Street consumers, and many economists expect that to continue into 2015.
To improve communications between parents and older children, have a digital-based conversation about estate planning.
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Gift cards too often turn out to be gift not for the recipient, but for the business whose name is advertised on the card.