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6 Tips to Take Control of Black Friday Spending

By EDGE | Nov 18
With Thanksgiving just a week away comes the always trending Black Friday. This shopper's dream can be a great day for your finances or it can set you back tremendously.

Use Price Matching to Avoid Leaving Money on the Table

By Courtney Jespersen | Oct 8
Even though price matching works, less than 10 percent of consumers do it, according to Sucharita Mulpuru, chief retail strategist for annual commerce industry convention Shoptalk.

Financial Planning and Marriage Equality

By John Lake, LGBT Segment Manager at Wells Fargo | Sep 18
It's been over a year since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized marriage for same-sex couples in all 50 states. This was a joyful milestone, but also a reminder that marriage carries financial consequences.

Costly Financial Fees You May Not Know You're Paying

By Dayana Yochim | Aug 25
Thanks to a new fee-disclosure rule from the Department of Labor, financial pros who offer retirement advice will have to disclose all costs associated with their services and products beginning in April.

Ask Brianna: Do I Really Need a Budget in My 20s?

By Brianna McGurran | Aug 20
With a budget you'll be more likely to set money aside for future needs, like retirement and emergencies.

How the Wrong Choice Could Ruin Your Spouse's Retirement

By Liz Weston | Aug 17
Three key decisions about retirement benefits can help couples make their money last - or dramatically increase the chances the survivor will end up old and broke.

Would You Eat Spoiled Food to Make Ends Meet?

May 19
Almost a third of Americans admit to eating out-of-date food in order to save money, new research has revealed.

Is That Credit Card With the Annual Fee Really Worth It?

By Ken Sweet | Jan 31
The biggest months for adding and dropping credit cards are December and January, so now's the time to make sure that $95 annual fee is really worth it.

Why You May Not Want to Win Powerball Jackpot

Jan 8
The powerball frenzy continues to build with tickets selling at a record pace.

Three Ways to Avoid the Pitfalls of Holly De'Binge and A'Nita Resolution

By David Auten and John R. Schneider | Dec 26
As merry as the holiday season is, it can be cursed. The numbers on our scales increase and conversely, the numbers in our bank accounts decrease-a month filled with expiration dates for both diets and budgets.

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