The holiday season can get expensive. You want to look your best at every event you attend, but buying new clothes can be pricey. Meet Rent the Runway, an online service that provides customers with designer dresses, accessories and jewelry for rent at cheap prices.
Many people with disabilities face financial challenges. To address this issue, Congress is on the verge of approving the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act that would create tax-free savings accounts to assist disabled people. However, it comes with its eligibility restrictions and cannot be a complete solution.
McDonald’s is extending its 'Create Your Taste' customization option to chicken as well as beef as it broadens testing to 30 stores in five states. McDonald’s says the US test, now in an handful of California stores, will be taken to stores in Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
People who are least likely to be saving for retirement are under 25 years of age, according to a recent study. When comparing the sexes, 65 percent of men participated in their employer-offered plan versus 72 percent of women, although men still save more money than women overall.
Tesla Model S and Chevy Corvette got high marks on Consumer Reports' annual ownership-satisfaction survey. Among mainstream brands, Subaru was ranked highest, while Buick, Hyundai Kia, Nissan, and Mitsubishi were the least likely to have repeat buyers.
Japan’s issues with sustainability, food self-sufficiency, and food security find their perfect metaphor with rice – a staple not only caught up in tradition and national mythology, but in the ever-changing world of global economics.
Because of higher beef prices, cheeseburgers will be more popular and burger bars will want customers to taste quality. But look out for veggie burgers as more diners will be willing to go meatless.
PUMA is beating its own Black Friday sale, which only took 30 percent off shoppers' entire purchases. Through December 8, PUMA is cutting 50 percent off its inventory site wide, including sale items. This is the best discount we've seen from the popular shoe retailer all year.
Motorsport’s governing body, the FIA, has announced a series of rule changes for the 2015 Formula One World Championship, one of which is the addition of the Korean Grand Prix to the official calendar, bringing the total number of races to 21.
It's time to start thinking about the holidays and you may note some significant differences between this holiday shopping season and last year's. While in-store shopping is steadily decreasing, online shopping this year will increase with earlier shipping and more purchases from smartphones.
The economy added 321,000 jobs last month, its best performance in nearly three years and nearly 100,000 over what analysts had expected. It was also the biggest month for wage gains since the summer, and the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent.
An Israeli start-up is trying to modernize the antiquated world of freight logistics with tools inspired by Internet travel sites, such as instant quotes and automated bookings. But the company's innovations face enormous inertia within the industry.
Two provisions that are enormously important to low- and moderate-income households-the Child Tax Credit (CTC) and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) are set to expire after 2017. They are relatively inexpensive ways to promote work and family, and Congress should make them permanent.
Tesla Model S owners are still in love with the electric car more than two years after its launch. The Tesla Model S sedan topped Consumer Reports' annual customer satisfaction ratings this year, just as it did last year.
Holiday season means spending money on presents, festivities, and more, but it doesn't mean you have to exceed your budget and wreck your bank account. To avoid the burden of overspending this season, we recommend taking a look at these nine expenditures that offer wiggle room for extra savings.