Consumers are responsible for about two-thirds of the U.S. economy, so the more we spend, the better for everyone. But I’ve got to tell you: I’m not doing my part. Not even close.
This week: More than 100 frugal Christmas gift ideas, tailgating at home, important financial tasks, sacrificing for financial freedom, and decluttering your home in 10 minutes.
Expect prices to rise, some experts predict. Don’t worry, others say.
If you’ve ever wondered why that expensive liquid runs out so fast, Consumer Reports has the answer.
More restaurants are adopting digital menus. There are pros and cons to the approach, but what do you think?
In a nation founded on capitalist ideals and driven by consumer activity, why don’t we do a better job educating our kids about money?
By failing to pass a farm bill that subsidizes agricultural activity and funds the food stamp program, Congress could effectively double the cost of milk.