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Why is There Still a Shortage on Some Goods?

The coronavirus panic buying left store shelves bare. Find out why weeks later toilet paper is still scarce, but not for much longer.
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Saving on Mother's Day

This year, with social distancing, many of us will be celebrating Mother’s Day at home. Here are a few inexpensive ways to show mom your appreciation!
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Ways to Save on Energy Costs

With the weather warming up, here are some easy ways to save money and energy during the warmest months of the year.
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What Does a Federal Reserve Rate Cut Mean to Me?

Find out how the the Fed’s recent rate cuts affect rates on loans, credit cards and savings accounts.
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Guide to Streaming Services

We’ve pulled together a list of some of the most popular services and highlighted some of the options and pricing.
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How to Enjoy a Busy Wedding Season Without Going Broke

Heading to one or more weddings this year? Find out how to celebrate in style and within budget.
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Tips for Hiking in the Valley

With the cooler temperatures and desert wildflowers in bloom, springtime is the perfect time of year to go hiking in Phoenix.
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What You Need to Know: Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

Don't let your 401(k) hog the spotlight. Here's what you need to know about Individual Retirement Accounts.
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How to Become a Golf Enthusiast Without Going Broke

In Arizona, Golf is a popular pastime. Our beautiful weather means you can enjoy this 18-hole game with your friends practically year round. The only catch, it takes a little more money than it would to pick up a basketball and head to the b-ball court at the park. In fact, cost is one of the main reasons more people don’t continue to play (other than the frustration of trying to hit a 1-inch ball into a hole located 200 or more yards away).

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Are you guilty of the 80/20 closet rule?

They say that the Pareto Principle, also known as the 80/20 rule, holds true with wardrobes: Most of us wear 20 percent of our clothing, 80 percent of the time.

Why waste valuable space on the other 80 percent of your wardrobe that you rarely wear? Now’s a great time to go through your closet and get organized – it’s easy!