Price Adjustments Can Still Save Money
In the old days, our mothers would scour the grocery ads or retail fliers looking for prices on recent purchases that had dropped. My husband winces at the recollection of standing in the customer service line of the grocery as a little boy while his mother saved $1.20 on last week’s groceries. But while the concept is old, there are new tools to help us.
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Which Debts Should You Pay Off First?
Before setting our sights on completely paying off our mortgage or eliminating every cent of our student loans years ahead of schedule, it's important to meet any other debts that might take priority.
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Consumers have a new tool to use when a Groupon, Living Social, Amazon or Itsy deal goes awry: social media.
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Answers to Tax Questions about the Affordable Care Act
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has answers to taxpayers’ most commonly-asked questions about the health insurance information reporting required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on 2014 federal income tax returns.
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