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How to get your finances in order in 2019

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Many, if not most Americans are into week two of New Year's resolutions, focused on getting their bodies into better shape. Experts say, it's also a good idea to try to...Read more

iPhone sales are down

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It seems people were not all that excited about the new iPhone released last year.Read more

Car loans: How long should you pay?

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December is one of the biggest months for car buying, and something buyers may notice when shopping are longer terms on loans. Read more


Beware of online 'free trial' scams and how to avoid getting fooled

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You see the ads all the time on social media encouraging an unsuspecting consumer to try a product simply because "it's free." But Indana Attorney General Curtis Hill...Read more

Second round of 'Post Malone Crocs' sell out in minutes

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If you know someone who wants Post Malone Crocs for Christmas, be prepared to pay up! A second round of the shoes dropped yesterday and they sold out immediately.Read more

Avoiding holiday debt

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Overspending on the holidays has become as much of a tradition as decorating a tree. Read more

Study shows couples are limiting their holiday spending on each other

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A new study shows a majority of couples are agreeing to limit their holiday spending this year. And, that might be the safest route to take!Read more

Credit card rates on the rise

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The cost of carrying your credit cards is going up.Read more

Lack of childcare in Indiana could be costing companies billions each year

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A lack of child care in Indiana could be costing companies billions of dollars each year.Read more


Americans still prefer to pay with cash

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These days, there's "crypto-currencies" and apps that can send you money -- straight from your smartphone! But, it turns out that cold, hard cash is still king.Read more

New study shows Millennials aren't saving enough money or nothing for retirement

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Two-thirds of Millennial-Americans, between the ages of 21 to 32, have nothing saved up for retirement.Read more