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…

Trend: The 4 Day Work Week
on November 25, 2008

With rising gas prices and requests for Americans to use less energy, more companies, governments and schools are switching to (or at least testing) a four-day work week. Experts say it can help businesses cut their budget, increase energy efficiency, and even help reduce overtime, sick time and turnover.

Genetic Sequencing Goes Mainstream
on November 21, 2008

From Egyptian astrology to Nostradamus, people have always been fascinated with catching a glimpse into the future. And now, perhaps for the first time, science is finally weighing in. Not with a crystal ball, but a genetic map that can predict the future of your health… and even look far into your past.

Senior Real Estate Specialists
on November 20, 2008

You know some doctors specialize in seniors. But did you know some Realtors do too? Are SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialists) worth it?

Did The Bailout Do Anything?
on November 17, 2008

Maybe you’ve heard about how the $700 billion bailout bill only helped those folks on Wall Street and not the folks on Main Street. Well, that’s not true. One thing the bailout has already done is to lower you taxes.

5 Cheap Ways To Go Solar
on November 15, 2008

It would be great to get all your home’s power from the sun. But that’s an expensive proposition… up to $40,000. If you’re short on cash, though, there are cheaper ways to go solar.

Saving Money on Organic Food
on November 12, 2008

Organic food shopping isn’t what it used to be, because now more stores offer more selections.

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