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Getting the best deal on a major purchase can be as easy as just asking a store to match a competitor’s lower price.
Currently the U.S. savings rate is 2.5%. It was as high as 5% two years ago.
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The last six weeks have been stressful. It started with Thanksgiving and will probably end tomorrow.
The stores are packed with shoppers returning things and trying to get just one more good deal.
Time is running out if you haven’t finished all your holiday shopping.
Many of you are in your cars driving to the malls or the local shopping center right now, doing the last minute stuff. Think about picking up some gift cards.
The deals out there are great right now. And if you shop online and think it’s too late, fear not!
A new poll out from New England College says New Hampshire shoppers are hesitant to spend more this year than last year during the holiday season.