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Walmart Warns that Higher Tariffs Will Mean Higher Prices

Walmart Warns that Higher Tariffs Will Mean Higher Prices

By Anne D'Innocenzio | May 17
Walmart warned on Thursday that higher tariffs on imports from China will mean higher prices.

Research Reveals Why Cleaning May Be Good For Your Love Life

Research Reveals Why Cleaning May Be Good For Your Love Life

May 16
Amidst the trend towards mindfulness and minimalism, Americans are increasingly finding happiness in cleaning — and the numbers are backing it up.

Millennial Money: 3 Ways to Curb a Shopping Urge

Millennial Money: 3 Ways to Curb a Shopping Urge

By Courtney Jespersen | May 15
Whether you sometimes give in to a weakness for designer handbags or brand-name shoes, here are three ways to help you manage the urge to spend.

Walmart Ups the Delivery Game with Next Day Shipping

Walmart Ups the Delivery Game with Next Day Shipping

By Anne D'Innocenzio | May 14
Walmart is rolling out next-day delivery on its most popular items, increasing the stakes in the retail shipping wars.

Americans Spend at Least $18K a Year on These Non-Essentials

Americans Spend at Least $18K a Year on These Non-Essentials

May 7
Between eating out, paying for cable and streaming services, receiving subscription boxes and other superfluous spending, the average American spends $1,497 per month on non-essential items, according to new research.

Here's How Much the Average American Has to Save to Avoid Shopping Guilt

Here's How Much the Average American Has to Save to Avoid Shopping Guilt

May 2
Ever feel guilty pulling out your credit card to make an essential purchase? You're not alone — over half of Americans (51 percent) say they feel guilty about spending money, according to new research.

This is the Average Lifespan of a Couch

This is the Average Lifespan of a Couch

May 1
The average American couch is six years old, holds $1.55 in change and has been cried on 17 times — according to new research.

Keep Pets Away From Gardens to Avoid Food-Borne Illness

Keep Pets Away From Gardens to Avoid Food-Borne Illness

By Dean Fosdick | Apr 30
Animal waste tainting fresh produce is one of the major causes of food-borne ailments. So farmers markets and pick-your-own growers are increasingly guarded about tolerating pets near their edibles. Home gardeners should be cautious, too.

More States Aim to Take Air Out of Festive Balloon Launches

More States Aim to Take Air Out of Festive Balloon Launches

By David Sharp | Apr 29
The tradition of releasing balloons at weddings, birthdays and memorials may soon get deflated by lawmakers in more than half a dozen states.

More Than Half of Americans Are Afraid They're Recycling the Wrong Way

More Than Half of Americans Are Afraid They're Recycling the Wrong Way

Apr 26
Americans don't know how to recycle — and that lack of knowledge is the biggest barrier to being green, according to new research.

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