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Last minute Xmas spending can be New Year's Grinch12/20/14
Gail Cunningham of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling tells Adrienne Mitchell how last-minute shopping can haunt you in 2015.
Moven app tracks spending
A new app aims to improve your personal finance behaviors.
Crooks tug at heartstrings, prey on holiday cheer
The holidays are a great time for phone scammers, and AARP fraud expert Sally Hurme tells Adrienne Mitchell anyone can fall into their trap.
Financial planning should change with each decade
Personal finance expert and author Peter Dunn tells Adrienne Mitchell financial planning needs change with each decade starting at age 20.
Is regifting always wrong?
Regifting can save you money, and Jessica Patel of BankRate.com tells Joan Doniger it won't always put you on Santa's naughty list.
The ugly Christmas Sweater King
Joey Dunne now owns two pop-up stores that sell ugly Christmas sweaters in Chicago but he'd like to expand.
College Abacus does financial aid math for free
An online tool calculates and compares the costs of thousands of schools in minutes.
McDonalds finds less is more
The fast food industry is going back to the basics, paring menu offerings.
Holiday shopping for bargains? Try a used car
CarGurus.com says the winter doldrums produce the best prices for used car buyers.
Retailers are nervous. Is it warranted?
WSL Strategic Retail's CEO Wendy Liebmann weighs in, on sales this holiday.
How online holiday shopping is changing retail
Black Friday and Cyber Monday could soon become blurred into a cyber shopping season.
Reining in your holiday spending
The Money Therapist, Holly Signorelli, offers ways to stay in the black this season.
Smaller portions a big deal in the soda world
Industry analysts say we've decided to drink what we want but in smaller amounts.
A new hotel chain with a new hook
Virgin Hotels plans to do away with fees other hotel chains are boosting.
More are choosing to rent, rather than buy
Starwood Waypoint's Gary Beasley talks about the growing business of renting single-family homes.
Finding financial planner like looking for love
Bob Stammers of CFA Institute on how to find 'the one.'
Safe shopping -- online or in person
Securitas Security's Rick Avery on keeping you, your identity and your property safe.
Barbie's latest realistic rival
With Barbie losing market share to other dolls, is the time right for a more realistic fashion doll?
Beware the deferred-interest Grinch
Jill Gonzalez of WalletHub tells Adrienne Mitchell holiday shoppers can get Grinched if they don't read the fine print on no-interest deals.
Who's the most charitable over the holidays?
Now is a popular time to donate to charity. Carrie Swanson of WorldVision tells Adrienne Mitchell who the most generous givers are.
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