Those Coupon-Clipping, Brick-and-Mortar Millennials

The millennial generation may be tech-savvy and progressive, but in many ways they express a frugality not seen since the Great Depression generation. And they like to shop in traditional stores.

A new report by and research firm Bovitz dispelled some myths, and uncovered some surprising truths…

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Smoke Alarms You Can Live With

Smoke alarms save lives, and nobody in their right mind should be without them. Yet, the annoying low-battery chirping and over-sensitivity of many others ones prompted otherwise responsible people to abandon them. If you’re one of these folks, you should take a look at the latest smoke…

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How to Save Thousands of Dollars a Year

“Where does it all go?” is a question asked by many working Americans, who seem hard-pressed to save any money toward emergencies and retirement. However, the answer may be steaming in our hands each morning.

Credit counseling firm GreenPath Debt Solution recently compiled some stats on everyday spending by…

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Americans May Lose Trust in Automakers

Americans now believe that the “emissions crisis” could spread beyond German carmaker Volkswagen, according to a new survey from Kelley Blue and Autotrader.

By now most car buyers are aware of the recent scandal involving Volkswagen. To sum it up, the German carmaker fudged the emissions certification for its diesel…

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New-Car Transaction Prices Rise Again

The ever-increasing amounts that Americans are paying for new vehicles reached new highs in September.

According to Kelly Blue Book, U.S. buyers paid an average transaction price (ATP) for light vehicles in of $33,730 in September.

This was up by $660 from September 2014, and up $167…

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