Target Corp. announced Wednesday that the discount retailer is expanding its return policy from 90 days to one year for purchases of all Target-owned and exclusive brands.
We all know that it’s the thought that counts. But sometimes you get a gift that you just don’t know what to do with! Instead of letting it sit in a closet, many of us will opt to head back to the stores or mall to return said gift.
One of the most awkward parts of the holiday season is that moment when you unwrap a strange gift and try to act like you love it.
Millions of people are getting a jump on filing their tax returns now that they have received their W-2s and 1099 forms. And for most, the incentive to get moving is to get that tax refund in their bank account as soon as possible.
Retailers are hoping today was a big day for people out looking for some deals. Because so far this holiday shopping season has been the weakest since 2008.
There has been an enigma running around San Francisco 49ers practices this offseason. The long-legged, quick-footed, hair-no-longer-braided blur wears No. 84. He still pulls his socks up high, talks with a country twang and goes by Randy Moss.
The presents are open and the wrapping paper is covering your living room floor. But not all of those gifts may have hit the mark, so it’s time to head back to the store.
I don’t know a single person who hasn’t returned a gift or something else they bought that just didn’t work for them. So why should a coupon/certificate from a group-buying website like LivingSocial, Groupon and Crowd Cut be any different?
A winter meltdown comes to an abrupt halt when a storm roars back into Minnesota this weekend.
After his last high school football game, Josh Brandon pulled his blue and white jersey over his head and gave it one last hard look. Wearing those colors had become a part of him, a part that he never wanted to lose.