How To: Find Financial Help
on January 12, 2009

How can I lower my debt? How can I increase my savings? Wouldn’t it be nice to know who to ask?

Seven Things Getting Cheaper
on January 9, 2009

No matter what kind of store you go to, grocery, department or even office supplies, seems like everything’s getting more expensive. Not true. Seven things you use that are going down in price…

Inflation Predictions for 2009
on January 7, 2009

According to the government, overall inflation has been low, and is expected to stay that way in 2009. But that doesn’t mean all prices are standing still. Where to look for the biggest price increases this year…

Bonuses Without Profit!? Wall Street, Listen Up!
on January 6, 2009

Despite the fact that most of the big Wall Street banks are only surviving courtesy of tax-payer handouts, the people who drove these businesses over a cliff, and had a hand in driving down the value of your home, are still raking in the big bucks.

Wall St vs Main St: Economic Predictions for 2009
on January 5, 2009

Comparing 2009 economic predictions on the stock market, price of oil, and housing market from an expert on Wall Street and people on Main Street.

Wall St vs Main St: Who was right in 2008?
on January 2, 2009

Every year experts predict what’s going to happen in the year ahead, including things that will affect your money. Last year money reporter Stacy Johnson talked to one of Wall Street’s top economists, as well as people just like you. Now it’s time to see who was smarter.

4 Ways To Fix Your Retirement
on December 29, 2008

Money Talks reporter Stacy Johnson has 4 ideas to rebuild your retirement and get your savings back on track.

Smart Year-End Money Moves ’08 (Part 2)
on December 26, 2008

It’s hard enough to think about income taxes in April, much less during the holidays. But a few minutes spent now could be worth serious money when tax time comes.

Smart Year-End Money Moves ’08 (Part 1)
on December 26, 2008

This is the time of year when most of us spend a lot more time thinking about tree-trimming than tax-trimming. But year-end is a time when you really should do some planning.

Giving a Gift Card? Watch Out…
on December 22, 2008

Ever since their introduction, gift cards have been a holiday staple, but this season fewer of us may be giving or receiving them. If you plan on stuffing a stocking with a gift card this season, here are 3 things to watch out for.

How Much To Tip During The Holidays
on December 19, 2008

Holiday tips aren’t a law, but they are a centuries-old custom… one that seems to keep expanding in this new age of personal services. But how much do you give to whom?

Shopping At Auction: Buying Seized Property
on December 15, 2008

US Treasury Government Auctions offer great bargains for shoppers in-the-know. But, whatever kind of auction you’re attending, live or on eBay, there are a few simple rules to follow.

Thrift Shopping For Gift Shopping
on December 12, 2008

Looking for low cost gifts this holiday season? You might find some great deals on some excellent gift ideas from your local thrift store.

5 Money Related Gifts For Kids
on December 10, 2008

Most Christmas gifts for kids will be broken, forgotten or both within weeks of the holidays. But the gift of knowledge can last a lifetime. Today Money Talks has some suggestions if you’re interested in buying your kids gifts that pay.

Cheapest Overnight Shipping: FedEx, UPS or USPS?
on December 8, 2008

Just because you have to get it there overnight doesn’t mean you have to overpay. UPS, USPS or FedEx… which of these three will get the job done for less?

Avoiding Post Office Lines
on December 5, 2008

The holidays come complete with many traditions, from trimming a tree to exchanging gifts. But there’s one tradition most of us could do without: waiting in line at the post office. If you hate those lines, here are three ways to easily skip them…

Saving Money on Holiday Shopping
on December 3, 2008

Saving money on gifts this holiday season is all about creativity and imagination. Just follow these Money Talks tips to save money on your holiday shopping.

Smart-Phones Scan Barcodes for Deals
on December 2, 2008

The new breed of phones, like Apple’s iPhone or T-Mobile’s Google Phone, may be both expensive and complicated, but they can also save you money by making you a better comparison shopper.

Are Extended Warranties Worth It?
on November 29, 2008

Depending on your purchase, extended warranties may or may not be worth the extra money.

Checking Out Charities
on November 27, 2008

According to the Giving USA Foundation, the amount Americans will donate to charity this year will approach 206 billion dollars. Impressive numbers, but that money could help even more people if all of us followed this advice…

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