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Produce Prices Skyrocketing

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Ouch! Have you felt it yet? Expect to pay more on your next trip to the grocery store. Freezing temperatures in parts of the United States and Mexico have wiped out crops.And now, produce prices have skyrocketedPrices

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Can't Pay Your Taxes?

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While many tax refunds may be late in coming if the government shuts down, the IRS says your taxes are still due on time. What if you can't pay your taxes?IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman made it clear this

The Real Cost of Driving

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Gas prices keep going up. They're around 3.45 a gallon for regular unleaded right now in Tulsa. But if that isn't painful enough, AAA found that fuel isn't the only cost of owning a car that's on the way

Tax Refund Scams To Watch Out For

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Tax day is less than two weeks away. And while you're spending time preparing your tax return, scam artists are figuring out ways to steal your money and identity.This year, for the first time ever, the

$5 ATM Fees

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Get ready for big fee increases at your nearest ATM. Some of the nation's largest banks are boosting ATM fees. The new fees could be especially costly for people who withdraw cash from another bank's ATM.Chase

Tax Freedom Day Three Days Later This Year

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Do you ever feel like you're  working harder, and longer hours, just to hand over your money to Uncle Sam? Well, you are. The Tax Foundation says Americans will spend an average of 28% of their income

Americans Pay Off Credit Cards Before Mortgages

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Here's a sign of the economic times... Americans are more likely to pay their credit card bills than their mortgages. The disturbing findings come out a new study by TransUnion.  The economy may be steadily

Tips For Tax Procrastinators

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The tax deadline is now less than three weeks away. And if you haven't done them yet, you're not alone.  An estimated 27 percent of taxpayers wait until the last two weeks to file their return. If you're

Lots of Competition For Summer Jobs

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High school and college students will soon be looking for that summer job. And the prospects for landing that job are mixed this year.Two surveys are out from two well respected job placement organizations

You May Be Partly To Blame For Higher Gas Prices

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You're probably upset with the rising cost of gas. But, according to the National Association of Convenience Stores, how you pay for your gas is slightly to blame for the higher gas prices.The NACS's Jeff

Is A Hybrid Right For You?

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As the price of gas continues to climb, many people are taking another hard look at hybrid vehicles. But is it a smart move? Hybrid vehicles range in size from compact economy sedans to nine-passenger

Tips for Giving Money to Family and Friends

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Giving money to family or friends can be uncomfortable, and it can sometimes strain or even destroy the relationship. But it's becoming common in this tough economy.We've all encountered this problem.

FTC: ID Theft Is Top Consumer Complaint

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It's the top consumer complaint in the country: identity theft. And you might be making it easier for scammers to swipe your information, without even knowing it. The Federal Trade Commission released

FSA Deadline Nears

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An important deadline is coming up for a lot of people. Not the tax deadline, but the FSA deadline.For some workers with a flexible spending account at work, the deadline to spend the money was at the

Flyers Hit With Higher Airfares and New Fees

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Whether you drive or fly, it's costing you more. Airfares are going up, and airlines are tacking on more fees. Airfares have soared since the beginning of the year.  One popular discount airline has resisted

Where Are The Jobs?

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There was some good economic news last Friday. The national unemployment rate dropped slightly to 8.9%, and nearly 200 thousand jobs were added. So where are the jobs? Here's a look at who's adding workers: Goods-producing

Outrageous Tax Deductions!

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Tax day is little more than a month away. And right about now, many Americans are searching frantically for deductions. Some get more creative than others.  Exotic dancer Chesty Love was on the Jerry Springer

Top Careers of 2011

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Are you looking for a job change?  Maybe you're even thinking of changing careers entirely.  A lot of people are fed-up, bored, or just plain unhappy with their job, and they want a change. There's a lot

How To Track Your Tax Refund

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Many of you are on the ball with your taxes. You filed early. You're getting a refund. So now you're wondering, or soon will be, "Where's my money"?  Don't bug the mail carrier.  The Internal Revenue Service

Last-Minute Spring Break Ideas

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Spring break is right around the corner. A lot of you will be heading out of town for vacation. If you haven't made plans yet, are you too late?  For many in Oklahoma, spring break is just two weeks away,

Saving Money: How to Get Started

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The urge to splurge can be tough for many of us. But with the economy looking a little bit better, it's even more important to set aside some savings for short and long term goals. Americans are saving

Smart Ways To Spend Your Tax Refund

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One of the few rewards of doing your taxes is anticipating a little cash back. A majority of tax returns will receive a refund check this year. If you're one of them, be sure to make the most of it.Last

Credit Card Lessons For Kids

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This is "America Saves Week".  In these tough economic times, more parents are looking for ways to teach their kids how to handle money. If you're good with money, chances are your kids will be. Unfortunately

Easy Ways To Save Money

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Did you know this is "America Saves Week"? All this week we're encouraged to start saving money. Now that the recession is over, more and more groups, like AmericaSavesWeek.org, are cropping up and encouraging

How Long Should You Keep Those Tax Records?

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We're into tax season now, and you're probably getting your taxes ready to send into the IRS. You may wonder how long you should hang onto those tax-related papers and documents you've accumulated over

Least Ticketed Cars

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Don't you hate getting a speeding ticket?  If you think some people never get caught when they speed, you could be right. It's not always how you drive, but what you drive, that can determine whether you

Don't Make These Mistakes At Your Job Interview

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The competition for job openings is fierce. So you don't want to make any mistakes on that interview. CareerBuilder.com recently came out with a survey of hiring managers of the most outrageous and common

401k Plans Are Making a Comeback

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Many companies have cut back costs since 2008, sometimes taking away from important employee benefits. But now many companies are bringing back some of those benefits.    Since the downturn in 2008, companies

Love, Marriage and Financial Infidelity

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Love, marriage... and financial infidelity.  Almost a third of Americans say they've financially cheated on their spouse. A recent survey found that not all couples are in sync financially.  And that can

Don't Miss These Tax Deductions

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The IRS will begin accepting millions of tax returns on Monday, Valentine's Day. As you're getting your taxes organized, don't forget some of the most overlooked deductions.By one estimate, about 48 million

It's FAFSA Time

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If you have a child that's going to be in college in the Fall, now's the time to apply for financial aid. Filling out something called the FAFSA can help pay those expensive college bills.FAFSA stands

Spending Deadline Looms For Flexible Spending Accounts

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Tax day isn't the only deadline you have to remember... which by the way is April 18 this year. Many workers have until March 15 to use up their health-care flexible spending account.These FSA's allow

Snow Storms Put Some Tax Preparers Behind

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Chalk up another victim to Tulsa's historic winter weather... our taxes.  The snow storms may have put your taxes on the back burner. This is the time of year when many Americans get a jump start on filing

Best Time to Buy These Products

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The weather has made it pretty tough to get out and do some shopping recently. But for those who can make it to the store, there are traditionally some good deals on certain products this time of year.There's

CAP: Free Tax Help

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How would you like to keep more of your tax dollars in your pocket, AND have someone do your taxes for free? Each year the Community Action Project in Tulsa helps thousands of people do both.CAP helped

Super Bowl Prediction: Bulls Will Win

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If you're looking for an excuse to throw some money into the stock market, here's one:  the Super Bowl. It may sound silly, but there is some evidence to back it up.You may have heard about this one before.

IRS Audit Red Flags

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Tax season is here again... along with the question a lot of people ask: Why are some tax returns audited by the IRS while most are ignored?The IRS audits only about one percent of all tax returns every

Survey: Financial White Lies Can Be Disastrous To Marriage

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Have you ever hid a credit card, downplayed your debt, or fibbed a little about how much you make?  From your spouse?  Love and money experts say those little white lies can be disastrous for your relationship. A

High Tech Job Hunting

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There are many ways to help you land that new job, but one of the newest and hottest leads in your job search is your cell phone.Looking for work is more than resumes and classifieds nowadays.  Many employers

New Tax Filing Date Is Valentine's Day

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February 14th is the big day... and we're not talking about for lovers. The IRS has announced that Valentine's Day will be the first day the agency will accept all itemized tax returns. The agency needed

Smartphone Security Tips

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This week, Starbucks announced you can pay for your coffee while you're waiting in line.  The app is free to download and works with the company's Starbucks cards.    And there's an app that lets you file

More Airlines Fees Predicted For 2011

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The cost of flying keeps going up... and the experts say that includes the fees tacked onto the price of a ticket. Everything from having a carry-on bag to that soft drink could cost you more.  And we

Online Tools To Help You Save

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One of your resolutions may be to get your finances in shape this year. Many people are turning to online tools to help them meet their goals. USNews.com has compiled a bunch of innovative online tools

How To Choose A Tax Preparer

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It's tax time, and if you're not doing your own taxes, you're paying someone else to do it. An estimated 84 million taxpayers will choose to use a paid tax preparer this tax season.  Here are some IRS

Delta: How Much Do You Want For Your Seat?

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The game of airline bumping is changing... at least for passengers flying one airline. Delta is allowing passengers to auction their seats on overbooked flights.Bumping happens when airlines overbook flights...

Who's Getting Hired?

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The Tulsa metro's unemployment rate continues to hover around 7.5%. That's still a couple points lower than a nationwide jobless rate.  As we ease into a new year, people are getting hired.  But which

Save Money On Heating Your Home

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Winter is here, but many of us haven't taken steps to save on our heating bills.  Here are some ways to get your home ready for the cold.  PSO of Oklahoma has a check list to make your home more energy

Ways We Waste Our Money

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No one wants to waste money. But it could be slipping through your fingers without you knowing it. TheStreet.com says you may be paying for unnecessary, unused or even unwanted services.  Here's a few

Job Hunting Tips For The New Year

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For many, the start of a New Year means the hunt continues for a new job. Your success in finding one depends largely on your strategies.Sure the economy hasn't been the best.  But there are things you

Stuff That Can Hurt Your Credit Score

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One of your New Year's resolutions could be to improve your credit score in 2011. But there are some things you might think would help your score that can actually hurt it.Your credit score is that three

Filing Delays For Millions of Taxpayers

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Can't wait to file your tax return to get that refund?  This year you might be waiting longer than expected. The IRS says taxpayers who itemize on their federal tax returns will have to wait until at least

Negotiate a Higher Salary in 2011

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Do you want to make more money in 2011?  Of course you do.  But how do you negotiate a higher salary?  And are employers even willing to negotiate? A CareerBuilder survey found that 31% of employers are

Things You Shouldn't Buy For Christmas

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Still looking for that perfect gift? Maybe there's a big-screen TV, computer or camera on your holiday list. They make great gifts, but this might not be the best time to buy them if you're looking for

Last-Minute Holiday Deals

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It's down to the nitty gritty of holiday shopping.  There are good deals out there for the taking. With just a few days left to shop, ABCNews and NewsChannel 8  reached out to some of the biggest retailers

Holiday Gifts With Big Markups

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We're a week away from Christmas, and chances are you'll be out shopping for gifts this weekend. You may want to check your list twice because some items have some really big markups.To spend your money

Free Shipping Day Maximized

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Tomorrow (December 17) is Free Shipping Day, when retailers offer free shipping and guarantee that your order will arrive before Christmas.  As of today (December 16), more than 1500 retailers had signed

Most Overused Job-Hunting Buzzwords

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You may be among the unemployed looking for work.  Or maybe you want to change jobs. If so, what you say in your interview and on your resume is so important. But don't overdo it.Next time you're interviewing

12 Ways to Cut Your Winter Energy Bills

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It's cold, and winter isn't even officially here yet. The cold weather always puts a strain on our energy bills.In the spirit of the holiday season, SolarCity came up with a list of "12 Days of Energy

These Things Will Cost You More In 2011

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Wouldn't you love to have a crystal ball to see how much things will cost next year?  DealNews.com is out with a list of 20 things that will be more expensive in 2011.  Here are a few of them: Let's start

You May Not Want To Wait For Free Shipping Day

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"Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" are behind us.  But there's another big annual holiday shopping day coming up. "Free Shipping Day" is December 17th.

Save Money in 2011

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2011 is almost here, and many of us will once again resolve to get our finances in order.  We're all looking for ways to stretch our dollar.  Here are a some simple ways to do that: One of your biggest

Don't Buy These Gifts For Your Kid

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Are you wondering what to get your child this Christmas?   As a parent, you don't want to make a mistake, not only wasting your money, but wasting a good opportunity to teach them an important lesson.

Do's and Don'ts of Charitable Contributions

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With another year coming to a close, it's time to think about getting in those charitable contributions. The IRS rewards you with tax deductions for giving to charities, but there are lots of rules regulating

Turnaround in Seasonal and Temp Job Market

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The nation's unemployment rate climbed to 9.8% in November, a seven month high, as hiring slowed. But locally, it's a different story if you're looking for temporary work that could lead to a full-time

Money Saving Websites

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You don't have to look far to find help stretching your dollar.  There are websites that will lower your insurance rates, get service providers to compete for your business, and find free stuff for you.

Post Cyber Monday Deals

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Cyber Monday is behind us.  And while retailers offered big discounts and deals to mark the big day, the holiday shopping season is far from over.  Here are 3 examples of that: In the spirit of cyber-shopping,

Should You Buy An Extended Warranty?

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When you shop this holiday season, the biggest sales pitch may come at check-out. Shoppers are expected to spend over a billion dollars on extended warranties and service plans. Salespeople push it because

Gift Card Do's and Don'ts

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Don't want to spend time choosing the perfect gift this year?   Giving a gift card is a convenient option. But it's always important to remember that not all gift cards are created equal. The good news

Have a Cyber Monday Game Plan

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We're just days away  from two of the biggest shopping days of the year... Black Friday and Cyber Monday.   Since Cyber Monday debuted 5 years ago, it's become one of the hottest days to shop.  A lot of

Black Friday Shopping Strategies

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We're just a few days away from arguably the busiest shopping day of the year. Black Friday... the day after Thanksgiving... is regarded as the kickoff to the holiday shopping season.  It's when retailers

Online Holiday Shopping Tips

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Two of the biggest shopping days of the year are coming up... Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Millions of Americans will be doing their holiday shopping with a click of the mouse.  But before you start

Tips To Cut Your Grocery Bill

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Many of you will be shopping for your Thanksgiving dinner this week.  It's not cheap, but a trip to the grocery store rarely is. A grocery budget is one of a family's biggest monthly expenses.  Want to

Best Things to Buy in November and December

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The old saying "timing is everything" also applies to the best time of the year to buy certain things. Freeshipping.org's "The Best Time to Buy Guide for 75 Products and Services" is a great resource that

Financial Lessons For Kids

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Some of the most important lessons in life aren't learned in school. One of them is finances. Teaching your kids about things like banking and checking accounts and compounded interest will make them more

Tax Strategies Before 2010 Is Over

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There's just over a month to go in 2010.  So now's the time to think ahead about filing your taxes.There's a lot you can do from now until the end of the year that will have a big impact on your 2010 tax

Help To Get Your Mail-In Rebate Check

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Many of you may be tempted to buy things, with the promise of those mail-in rebates. But get ready for some extra work if you want to collect. Mail-in rebates can save you a lot of money sometimes, IF

Avoid That Post-Holiday Debt

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When it comes to holiday shopping, retailers are ready, but how about you?  You may not be feeling the holiday spirit yet, but in many stores, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. The experts at

Lessons On Giving For Kids

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With Thanksgiving two weeks away, giving may be on your mind.  How do you teach your children to give? Any parent can tell you that's a tough one.  Children love to GET things, not give.  Actually that

Advice On Charitable Giving

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The holidays are right around the corner and charitable giving has always been an important part of the season.  Americans donated more than $303 billion to charity last year, with a quarter of that coming

Two-Year Degrees That Pay $30 Or More An Hour

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If you're thinking about a career change, you may have to go back to school to get a higher paying job.  But that doesn't mean years and years of schooling to make a lot more money. Yahoo compiled several

Online Financial Help

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Sometimes we need a little help keeping our cash in check. And the internet can be a money saver. Most of us want to keep track of our spending, and get help reaching our financial goals.  There are web

Money Saving Websites For Holiday Shopping

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The holiday shopping season will be getting underway soon, if not already for many of you.  That means shoppers will be scrambling to find the best deals.  Many times you can find those deals without leaving

A Leaner Christmas? What To Tell The Kids

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Christmas is next month, and by now, kids are starting to place their order for their gifts. But that can create stress and guilt for parents if their finances are tight.Does your child have a long list

Get Your Home Ready For Cold Weather

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With a warm October behind us now, the cold weather will be here before you know it. How much you save on energy bills this winter will depend a lot on what you do now.PSO has a check list to help make

What To Do With That Extra Paycheck

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What should you do if you come into some extra or unexpected money?  That may happen to you this month.  This is a three paycheck month for many Americans. It's always a treat to get money you might not

Money Lessons For Kids

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Want to see a disappearing act?  Simple.  Just give your kids some money.  That cash is gone before you can say "poof".It's never too early to learn the value of money.  The sooner you can teach a child

Top Qualities Job Interviewers Look For

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With the unemployment rate up, a lot of Americans are on the job hunt right now. When you're looking for work, you certainly need the right skills, education and experience.  But there are many other qualities

Which Way Are Mortgage Rates Headed?

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Home mortgage rates are at record lows, and still falling.  A local loan officer says a 30 year fixed rate in Tulsa is now in the low, low 4 percent range.  How low can they go, and at what point should

Flexible Spending Account Changes

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The health care reform law has some new rules that affect how much you can contribute to your flexible spending account.  That's the use-it-or-lose-it tax-deferred health care account to pay for qualified

Taking The Shock Out Of Cell Phone "Bill Shock"

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Cell phone bill shock could get a little less shocking after today.

Things You Should Buy Used, Not New

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The bad economy has been good for one industry...  secondhand stores. The Association of Resale Professionals says secondhand sales are increasing 35% a year, at a time when regular retailers are only

Tips To Land A Job

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The latest jobs report shows nearly 100,000 jobs were lost in September.  While those numbers are discouraging to many, there are success stories.Good Morning America recently compiled some tips on how

When To Not Use Your Credit Card

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Americans are borrowing and spending less as they face widespread unemployment and uncertainty about their financial futures. Credit card debt dropped in August for the 24th straight month.  When to pull

Need a Job? Plenty of Seasonal and Temp Work Available

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While the unemployment rate isn't coming down yet, we continue to hear of big companies hiring big numbers of seasonal workers for the holidays. The latest is United Parcel Service.  UPS expects to hire

Don't Raid Your 401(k) To Pay For College

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Here's a financial challenge many parents will find themselves in at some point... how to pay for their children's college tuition.

Layaway Is Back For Another Holiday Shopping Season

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Recently, we've heard the word layaway this time of year. It's an old fashioned way to buy something without going into debt. Well, layaway is back again this year.Layaway is simply putting money down

Find $1000 Before the Holidays

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Ready or not, the holidays are coming.  And so are the bills that come with it.  Want to find some extra money in your budget to avoid debt this holiday season?Kiplinger came up with some tricks for the

What You Might Not Know About Groupons

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By now, many people are familiar with Groupon.  Groupon offers one money saving deal per day in cities around the world, including Tulsa.  The deal only kicks in if enough people buy it.  But there may

These Companies are Hiring for the Holidays

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If you're out of work or just looking to earn some extra money over the holidays, there's plenty of seasonal work available this year.

Want To Save Money? Avoid These Overpriced Products

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We love convenience, but sometimes pay dearly for it. There's a list out of some of the most overpriced products to avoid if you want to save money. The list comes from WalletPop.com... a personal finance

Best Mobile Apps for Saving Time and Money

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We have so many ways to save money nowadays.  And one of the easiest is right on your smart phone.  Many of us now have a smart phone, and they go with us when we're shopping.   Want to save money on that

Kiplinger's Fabulous Freebies 2010

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We all like the word "free".... and the phrase "your money is no good here."Kiplinger is out with its fourth annual list of favorite freebies... from financial tools to entertainment. 33 quality goods

How To Avoid Resume Blunders

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They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression. And for many job seekers these days, that first impression isn't face-to-face.   It's through email, and with resumes.  As you might imagine,

Mobile Coupons: Savings On-The-Go

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You could have hundreds of dollars in coupons from your favorite retailer in the palm of your hand right now -- and not even know it. More retailers are delivering savings directly to your mobile phone,

Grocery Scanner Mistakes Cost Consumers Billions Each Year

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Do you ever walk out of the grocery store and think your groceries cost more than you thought they would?  Well, they may have.  Each year,  supermarket scanner errors can cost consumers up to $2.5 billion.

Safest Ways To Buy Online

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A lot of people buy things online.   And most of the time it turns out okay. But it can be risky. You've heard of online purchases that turn into a nightmare.  Your personal financial information falls

Your Resume: Avoid These Mistakes

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Your resume is often the first thing a prospective employer sees about you.  And a less-than-perfect one can hurt your chances for a job.  We can all use some advice to spruce up our resume.  GMA Workplace

Financial Lessons For College Students

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Elementary and high school students aren't the only ones back in class.  Colleges will soon be back in session. And students will again be taking a crash course on finances. As a college student, you're

Fighting Foreclosure

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There are new signs tonight the nation's housing market remains on unstable ground.  The number of Americans more than 60 days late behind on their mortgage payments is much higher than it was a year ago.

5 Things Never To Pay Full Price For

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Hate paying full price for something? There are some things you may not know you can haggle over.Not everyone likes to negotiate a deal.  But if you've got the nerve, Kiplinger came up with 5 things which

That Traffic Ticket Could Ding Your Credit

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Have you ever gotten a parking ticket while on vacation?  You may want to stuff it in the glove box and forget about it.  But If you do, it could end up dinging your credit score.Parking tickets and credit

Back-to-School Savings Tips

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Parents know that back-to-school shopping isn't cheap.  The pencils and notebooks won't bust the budget, but toss in new clothes, backpacks and electronics, and that shopping trip really adds up.  Kiplinger

Top Consumer Complaints

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No one likes a complainer or whiner.  But sometimes we not only have the right to whine, we should.  You know what I'm talking about.  Those harassing calls from debt collectors,  car repair nightmares,

Kids & Identity Theft

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While getting your kids enrolled in school or fall sports, you may not think twice before handing over their birth certificate or social security card.  But just because they're kids, doesn't mean they're

Simple Saving Strategies

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Who doesn't want to save money, especially now.  GMA consumer correspondent Elisabeth Leamy recently saved one family more than 100 thousand dollars. While your savings will certainly vary... the strategies

Summer Tax Tips For Teens

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For teens, a summer job can be their first opportunity to put money in the bank.  And their first experience with Uncle Sam taking his share out.  But keeping tabs on taxes now, could make it much easier

Tips On Asking For A Raise

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The economy is struggling, jobs are being cut, and employees are laying low, trying not to draw attention to themselves.  You may think asking for a raise is out of the question.  Maybe not.    As long

Confusing Airline Fees Sure Add Up

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Don't be fooled by the low cost of some airline fares. A congressional committee took up the topic this week. One group found if you plan on checking bags or requesting a little more leg room, its going

Boost Your Credit Score

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Its one of the most important numbers in your financial life... your credit score.  But according to new numbers from credit rating agency FICO more than 1 in four Americans have scores of 599 or lower,

Cut The Fat From Your Grocery Bill

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Eating isn't cheap.   Trips to the grocery store can set you back hundreds of dollars a month. So it's always nice to cut some fat from your grocery store bill.   U.S. News and World Report has 5 ways

Money Tools For Your Kids

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It's a challenge for just about any parent to teach their kids how to handle money.  Fortunately, there's no shortage of tools to help them get the job done.  MSN Money has 6 ways to help children and

Rent vs. Buy: The List Includes Caskets

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Rent versus buy.   Usually that debate deals with houses. But not always. We love to buy brand new... only to dump that once "gotta have" on Craigslist.  The consumer blog Budgets Are Sexy came up with

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