If the holidays left you in the red, you're not alone.
We spend an average $150 per week on food, polls show, but 40% of all food bought in the U.S. goes uneaten.
No one plans to have an argument with a loved one, but you can take steps tp keep common ones from ruining memories of holiday cheer.
Americans with the lowest incomes say they enjoy saving money.
Millions of Americans just don't have enough cash on hand to cover the cost of presents, decorations, food, beverages, parties and holiday travel.
The holidays can add plenty of charges to your credit card, especially if you let the emotions of gift giving overcome common sense.
Just when consumers need it most, the ability to save for emergencies is dwindling dangerously low.
Ten percent of Americans tag their spouse or partner as a 'financial bully,' sometimes worthy of divorce.
Here's how to avoid the overkill.
No sweat ways to save $100, $50, $40, $30, $20 and $10 a month.
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