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Not everything sees its best deals of the year during Black Friday. This year, don’t waste your money on things like furniture, gift cards and tools.
From the first iPhone discount to the first sub-$200 42-inch TV, Black Friday wouldn’t be the shopping behemoth it is today without the help of these game-changing deals.
A new study shows that workers who leave a lot of unused vacation time on the table are less likely to get a raise or bonus than those who take time off.
Layaway can seem like a great way to secure that hard-to-find gift on a budget, but make sure you aren’t missing out on deals by locking yourself in.
It’s almost time for Black Friday, and a lot of product categories are going to see excellent deals this month.
Recent incidents expose vulnerabilities of chip-and-PIN credit card technology. You have to wonder: Can any system keep us safe from fraud?
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