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How To Stick To Your Budget In The Age Of Digital PaymentsAdvances in technology and apps has made it easier than ever to swipe and pay. With that ease comes with an increased chance of breaking your budget.
Americans Spending Less On Big Gifts This SeasonA new survey shows nearly 55 percent of Americans will buy a gift that costs at least $50 this holiday season.
Trump: Wells Fargo Fines Will Remain, And Possibly IncreasePresident Trump tweeted Friday that fines and penalties against Wells Fargo would not be dropped, and may actually be "substantially increased."
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Gift Shop In MinnesotaWhen WCCO visited Mill Pond Mercantile, it was the retail center of activity in New London!
Reality Check: The 'Trump Bump' And YouWhen you hear that everyone is reaping the rewards from the surging stock market -- don't believe it.
How Are Home Energy Reports Calculated?Home Energy Reports compare your energy usage to your neighbors, and it rates you against the most efficient homes near you.
Pepitos Restaurant Announces It Will Close At Year's EndThe restaurant posted on their Facebook page that they would be closing their doors on Dec. 31.
Most Prefer Old-Fashioned Holiday Cards Over Digital, Survey SaysA new survey out of Ireland shows 68 percent of people still want to get a handwritten Christmas card from family and friends.
St. Louis Park Becomes 1st MN City To Ban Flavored Tobacco, Raise Sale AgeSt. Louis Park is now the first city in Minnesota to both ban the sale of flavored tobacco – and raise the sale age for tobacco products.
What Are You Paying For When You Buy Organic Foods?There are five items experts advise buying organic if your budget is tight.
Companies Cutting Alcohol From Holiday PartiesSome companies will also have party monitors to keep an eye out for inappropriate behavior.
Get Your Holiday Shopping Done With These December DealsIt’s gift giving season, and many of us are spending more than usual during this time of the year. But you can also save money if you play your cards right.

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