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Insurance companies and law enforcement agencies agree that etching your car’s VIN into the glass can protect your car from theft, and it could also save you money on insurance.
The long-term effects of each presidential candidate’s tax plans could have different pitfalls and benefits to the nation’s economy.
Using common household items you already own as alternatives to expensive store-bought goods could help you save money with hardly any effort.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Trade Commission is warning storm victims to be on the lookout against potential scams that could ruin their lives even more.
The Economic Security Index, which measures how many households saw a 25 percent or higher drop in their disposable income in a year, fell 1.3 percentage points, meaning household incomes are stabilizing.
More than 80 percent of retail managers with the ability to hire believe seasonal workers are the best resource for finding full-time employees.
Since the end of the Great Recession, banks have made increasingly better offers on credit cards in order to attract customers with good credit scores, but some banks didn’t get the memo.
There are several places that encourage impulse buying in children, but there are steps parents can take to have their children make better buying decisions.
A former closing salesman for fraudulent companies made millions over the period of one decade until the FBI busted him in 2004.
Most Americans feel the availability of credit cards doesn’t motivate them to go on spending sprees just because they can.