By Farnoosh Torabi, Yahoo! Finance
This holiday season, technology tops many of our wish lists. We spoke to Steve Kovach, editor at Business Insider, for his pick of the coolest tech gifts sure to bring a smile to any tech lover's face. Read the article here.
With the current economy, many of us will need to keep our shopping lists short this year - but the proper etiquette for holiday gift giving on a budget is not always clear. Here's some advice. Read the article here.
You don't necessarily need an advanced degree to bump up your pay. Experts say employing a few key strategies - even in today's economic climate - could increase your earning potential to as high as $100 an hour. Read the article here.
Ever discover that your new fangled gadget just doesn't work as well as the one you replaced? Despite modern technology, some older products work better than their present-day counterparts. Read the article here.
Some things in life are just best left un-purchased because they simply don't provide their money's worth. Here's a list of five everyday items we don't really need. Read the article here.
With smart planning and key ingredients, you can learn to bring your food expenses down to less than $15 a day. Cooking Light contributing editor and host of Yahoo's Blue Ribbon Hunter Allison Fishman stops by to show us how, without sacrificing health or taste. Read the article here.
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