Smart Money magazine
The holidays can bring out the best in people, but consumer advocates warn they are also bringing out the worst — from charity scams to bogus holiday e-mails phishing for your personal information.
Paper or plastic? It’s a simple choice, but it’s about to get a lot more complicated.
For most of us these colder temperatures could mean higher heating bills, especially this year. But there are millions of dollars in financial help available to reduce that bill.
Americans spend about $700 on holiday gifts each year. But believe it or not, one woman was able to buy gifts for her entire family without spending a dime.
Now there’s a way you can swap an unwanted gift card to a store you really love, or even turn it in for cash. It’s the gift card exchange.
Hang on to those gift receipts this holiday season, because retailers are tightening up their return policies. Some stores are even getting personal, asking for more than just a receipt.
Now that the rush of Black Friday is behind us, there is still a lot of shopping to be done. But how can you be sure to keep in budget? Kelli Grant from Smart Money is here with some helpful ideas.
Trying to lose weight as we head into the holidays? Maybe you should cut up your credit cards as you head to the grocery store.