Credit is one financial topic that most people don't want to discuss at a cocktail party. Maybe you have bad credit. Maybe you have no credit. Maybe you don't even know what your credit score is. If you are suffering from credit confusion, you have come to the right place.Read Full Story
When you see two very similar packages next to each other on a store shelf — one that has a name you recognize, while the other has a lower price — it's hard to know which one to go for. Fortunately clinical nutritionist Betty Murray is sharing her tips on which items you can save on by picking up the generic option. So the next time you're at the store, you can save big just by reaching for a different package!Read Full Story
It seems like just moments ago the country was buzzing about the arrival of Target stores across Canada. Sadly, the company has now announced that, after experiencing financial losses as high as $1 billion a year, it will be pulling out of Canada.Read Full Story
It's not every day that a person makes enough money to pay off his family's mortgage. But this past Christmas, that is exactly what Joe Riquelme did, and he caught the moment he told them on a beautiful, sweet, tear-jerking video.Read Full Story
Most of us don't give money to homeless people. It's a sad fact. Walk down any street in Manhattan most days and you see them there, hands outstretched, 99 percent of people passing by without so much as dropping a dime in a cup. It's terrible and sad, but we all know why. We are afraid of how they'd spend it.Read Full Story
Recently made popular by services such as ShoeDazzle and Dollar Shave Club, modern subscription businesses have consumers digging into their wallets for monthly curated boxes of themed products. With as many as 191.1 million Americans shopping online in 2013, there's undoubtedly an audience for any and every niche, but the question remains: Are subscription boxes really worth their contents?Read Full Story
I’ll admit, I actually feel nervous to check out at certain stores. With a toddler and a baby in tow, I really (really) just want to pay for my items and leave. If waiting in line while keeping my kids entertained isn’t enough, I now have to endure pressure from the sales clerk to open a store credit card. “No thank-you,” I politely say. “But you don’t want to save 10 percent?” he or she says. “No, I’m in a hurry. Maybe next time,” I say (while fuming inside). “But it doesn’t take long, one minute tops.” The pressure builds, my kids are screaming and I said “No!”Read Full Story
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