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Retailers have one goal: to get you to spend more. And they have lots of tricks to make that happen. Learn how to spot these marketing tactics and make smarter decisions when shopping.
A new study from online loan marketplace LendingTree finds that older Americans tend to have the best credit scores. On average, members of the silent generation (the oldest cohort) have credit scores 100 points higher than those of millennials.
Halloween is coming – and so is the fun! Everyone wants to win the prize for creepiest costume and the most frightening yard décor in the neighborhood. But all that spookiness comes with a scary price tag. Read on for 7 awesome Halloween hacks that are just too good to miss.
Phones are incredibly addictive – and so are Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. When we’re busy checking out the latest feed or post, we miss out on real-life moments that can never be recaptured.
Do you often dawdle over items on a store shelf because you’re wondering if you can get a select product cheaper somewhere else? Stop guessing and start being a smarter shopper with a price-comparison app.
It’s fun for the family when everyone dresses up on Halloween, but it can also get pricey. With a little bit of creativity, though, there are lots of exciting costumes you can put together at home.
With data breaches continuing across the globe, consumers are still wondering how they should be paying for goods and services. Everyone wants their information to be safe but not everyone knows the best way to protect themselves.
With the summer behind us, some people can get the ‘end of summer blues’. These few tips could help combat those feelings and get you back on your feet in no time!
Cut your energy costs by making your home smarter! If you haven’t already done so, switch to LED light bulbs only. Switching just five bulbs can save you $65 a year in energy costs.