The latest news on consumers
Going cheap without doing your homework first can often be the most expensive mistake you make.
Americans spend over $60 billion annually on their pets.
Republicans have vowed to block any nominee unless the new Bureau is substantially weakened.
“Happy Money” authors: Spending money on experiences, surprises and other people can lead to happiness.
Feeling down? A trip to the mall might help.
The public may feel better about the economy, but they're still not spending enough.
Consumer confidence has improved this year, but it could potentially be much higher.
Free baby wipes and 10 cent mustards are out there. You just need the right coupons.
A new study confirms what you already suspected: higher income means higher levels of life satisfaction.
Dragged down by European crises and sluggish growth, global economic confidence is near where it was in 2009.