Wal-Mart will offer free preparation and filing of 1040EZ returns in many of its locations this tax season, the company said on Monday.
Credit card offers at the end of 2011 showed marked improvement over the same time in 2010, with sign-on promotions and cash-back bonuses higher year over year.
Novartis has recalled certain packages of Excedrin, NoDoz, Bufferin and Gas-X Prevention products because they may contain foreign tablets or pieces of foreign tablets from other over-the-counter meds.
Are you struggling with your New Year’s resolution to save more and spend less? Here are some of the best Twitter feeds to follow to help you succeed.
How good a particular score is depends on what model you use to view it, but generally, consumers can get a good idea of how much of a risk a lender will consider them by reading the score’s accompanying analysis.
There’s a good chance Grandma’s going to notice that you ditched that itchy wool sweater she gave you for Christmas. According a new survey, one in five people say they’ve gotten caught returning a bad gift.
IKEA is recalling approximately 133,000 high chairs sold in the U.S. because the products’ restraint buckle can open unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard to children.
While the tried and true method to lose weight is through diet and exercise, some studies have found offbeat ways to lower your calorie consumption.
Your New Year’s resolution may be to save more and spend less, but sticking to that goal could be harder than you think. MainStreet rounds up five things that will cost you more in 2012 so you can budget accordingly.
As credit card interest rates climb, MainStreet outlines a few ways to get a lower annual percentage rate for your debt in 2012 and beyond.