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The annual Sales Tax Holiday, or Tax-Free Weekend, starts this Friday and ends on Sunday. It’s also a perfect opportunity to get in some back-to-school shopping. You can expect to save about $8 for every $100 you spend on most … Continue reading
Inevitably, you or someone in your family will need to return or exchange a gift you receive this weekend. This year, many retailers are adopting stricter return policies in order to crack down on return fraud. While most stores will … Continue reading
Has your child expressed interest in sending a letter to Santa? If so, then maybe you’ve heard of the “Dear Santa” sites that allow children to send a letter to Santa or, in some cases, persuade Santa they were good … Continue reading
With the holiday season in full swing, many shoppers are looking for the best gift options for family and friends. For those looking to give gift cards, BBB advises you to properly research all options. Consumers have complained to BBB … Continue reading
With less than three weeks until Christmas, many consumers are finalizing their holiday plans. While presents and food are important items, BBB recommends putting some extra thought into your travel arrangements, especially if you plan to take a road trip. … Continue reading
Starting late Thursday night, millions of consumers will descend on local stores and cyberspace hoping to take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. According to a survey from BIGresearch, the average person will spend more than $500 on … Continue reading