Five Things Not to Buy at Drugstores (Including Drugs)
While drugstores now carry everything from Tylenol and tights to tuna rolls, it's rare that their offerings are cheaper than the same items at big-box and grocery stores … and that includes the drugs. Catey Hill reports on the News Hub.
Even if you’ve never heard of the “woman tax,” if you're female, you’re probably paying it - and over your lifetime, it can mean you spend tens of thousands of dollars more on goods and services targeted to women. Catey Hill lists five things women pay more for than men. Photo: Getty Images.
It may be time to cut the financial cord with your kids, unless you want a retirement that's more Ramen noodles than prime steak. MarketWatch's Catey Hill discusses on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty.
Corn prices are nearing the record highs of last summer as the U.S. Midwest suffers its worst drought since 1956. Shoppers should expect higher grocery bills, because corn is used in three-quarters of supermarket products. Jack Hough has details on The News Hub.
There are a lot of prepared foods in grocery stores nowadays -- which is great -- but it's not always the most effective way to shop. Here's what is worth your money (and time) to buy already made AND what you can easily make at home instead. Save money next time you shop!
Consumer saving expert Jeanette Pavini shows how to cut your grocery bill while your kids are on break. Jeanette offers specific advice on planning and using coupons that will save you a bundle while food shopping.