Many aging Americans are no doubt growing concerned about the debt ceiling debate’s impact on their long-term investments, but as long as they have a balanced portfolio, financial advisers say they’ll be fine.
Of all the benefits of shopping in the Internet era, the growing number of online price comparison tools arguably ranks near the top for helping to give consumers an immense amount of bargaining power. By the time many shoppers walk into a store they likely know what they want, whether the store has it and how much they should have to pay for it, all thanks to a handful of websites and smartphone apps. This poses a unique challenge for stores trying to get customers to shop longer and buy more, but offers a great opportunity for shoppers to save money and hone in on the best deals. If you haven’t already started using these tools, now is the time to start. MainStreet cherry-picked our favorite price comparison websites and smartphone apps to help you save big bucks when shopping for everything from electronics to school supplies. Photo Credit: Walmart Stores