The gift card has become the knee-jerk thing to buy when you’re not sure what to give someone. But in light of the fees and restrictions that come along with gift cards, cold hard cash is certainly the more useful—and arguably the more thoughtful—way to go.
Saving & Spending
The Obama administration is looking very closely into the possibility of a program that would cover a big chunk of the cost to weatherize your home—meaning you’d save money right away on getting an energy audit and on projects like sealing windows and adding insulation, and you’d save down the line because those projects will make it …
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Here’s a buffet of tips, tricks, recipes, and ideas to make for a Thanksgiving that’s wonderful, and that doesn’t eat up too much of your time and money.
We’ve learned that wine ratings and medals awarded in wine competitions are arguably meaningless. What about the similarly snobby world of restaurant reviews?
From now through December 24, when you make a purchase of $25 or more from L.L. Bean online, in a store, or over the phone, L.L. Bean will send you a $10 gift card to use for a future purchase. More details here.
After stepping into the debit card overdraft fray, the Federal Reserve is now taking on gift cards.
When a loved one dies, comparison-shopping is probably not the first thing that comes to mind.
You’re charged a lot if you use a cell phone a little. You’re charged a little if you use your cell phone a lot.
Studies show that there’s not much rhyme, reason, or consistency to how judges and critics rate wines and decide who gets the gold medals. This means that we can basically tell this snobby “expert” breed to put a cork in it.
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