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5 Ways To Save This Holiday Shopping Season

This holiday shopping season is shaping up to be longer, pricier and in some ways more chaotic than in previous years, which makes it easy to overspend. But there are also opportunities for significant savings if you know where and how to search for them.

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Economic Insecurity: Anxious Older Adults Try to Cope With Limited Budgets

Economic insecurity is upending the lives of millions of older adults as soaring housing costs and inflation diminish the value of fixed incomes.

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Barbecue On A Budget: 5 Tips To Save Money When Grilling

If you’re one of the 70% of all households in the U.S. to own a grill or smoker, you’re probably looking forward to summer cookouts and barbecues.

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Get On Top Of Planned Expenses With Sinking Funds

In a given year, you likely have expenses that you know are coming, holiday gifts, the family vacation you take every summer, annual homeowners association fees or maybe membership renewals.

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How To Put Your Tax Refund To Work For You

Even though what can feel like a gift from the government is actually a delayed receipt of your own money, the best use of those funds is not always apparent.

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How To Protect Your Spending Power From Inflation

Inflation, the rise in consumer prices, is a slow erosion of your money over time. Before 2021, the United States hadn’t seen annual core inflation much above 3 percent for the better part of 25 years.

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