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Copy paper, toner, giant tubs of Folger’s coffee — “Yeah, we got that,” Staples promises. But while the chain may have tons of merchandise, it can be a disappointment to those who haven’t done their homework. To shop it like a pro, take a… Read More
Here’s how to pack everything you need in one piece of luggage.
High oil prices and a tough economy mean that airlines are under increased pressure to squeeze every dollar out of their customers – and it’s working, according to Reuters.
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September is right around the corner, which means you only have a limited time before the price of Netflix plans change. Here are a few great ways to watch movies you love and keep your cash in your wallet.
1. Set up a workplace DVD … Read More
Clark Howard is a down-to-earth, self-made millionaire with a syndicated radio show and a popular website (clarkhoward.com). He’s the one you see on HLN in a simple studio, standing with a boom microphone as he takes calls from viewers and … Read More
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Summer is the time to dip your toes into a swimming pool, lounge around at a picnic and let your worries fall by the wayside. But don’t let the long, lazy days of summer cause you to become too complacent behind the wheel.
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There are some things you can buy in the summer, and save an amazing amount of money.
Here’s what you need to know to shop smart this month.
There are serious savings in shopping a bit off the beaten track, in the best possible way, such as vintage stores or designer overstock.
Whether you choose to marry your money when you tie the knot or to go your separate checking account ways before or during your marriage, the decision remains a personal one. You might think that keeping your money matters separate will … Read More
Repairs are one of the costs that come with car ownership, but it sure is confusing when you don’t speak the lingo. How do you make sure you’re being billed fairly? Here’s some advice for those who aren’t so mechanically inclined.
Plus: … Read More
A recent Consumer Reports survey found that two-thirds of customers have been so ticked off by poor customer service that they have walked out of a store. Here’s how to make your complaints heard.
1. Bypass automated phone menus.
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With rising travel prices and lack of vacation time at many jobs, planning the perfect getaway can seem like more of a hassle than it’s worth. Instead of spending all of that time, energy, and money on a vacation to a faraway place, try… Read More