It’s debit or credit card only and most customers seem to be embracing the switch.
Video games and consoles will be among the hot gifts this holiday season, but deciding which ones to get can be tricky.
Not only are millennials putting money away, many don’t even want a credit card.
At the Good Housekeeping Institute, more than 500 toys are screened for creativity.
Find a dog walker in minutes from your cellphone.
The job market has been steadily improving since the great recession, but some industries are stronger than others.
Companies impacted by the gift-giving season have big plans to hire seasonal workers.
The National Association of Realtors and the FBI are now issuing warnings about “sophisticated email scams targeting the real estate industry.”
From indestructible tablet covers to virtual 3-D coloring, CE Week had something for everyone under the sun.
Hooked has topped Apple’s app store three times and more than 20 million people have downloaded the free app.
Office Team found 39 percent of workers surveyed wanted want more control of their schedules.
Prepaid debit cards, used by 23-million Americans per The Pew Charitable Trusts, do not have the same protections as debit cards connected with banks.
Moving into a new home can be exciting, but the process of moving can be overwhelming.
There may be a few things you can do to pay off your credit while keeping more of your money in your wallet.
Could brown bananas be a thing of the past?
Millennials have grown up in the digital age, and most are heavy users of social media — but when it comes to real socializing, face to face, it’s a different story.
When it comes to sales, President’s Day offers some of the biggest shopping discounts early in a new year.
3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan explains why it can also be important to arrange for the care of your digital life.
Mini drones are moving in.
It’s officially tax season. The IRS is now accepting electronic tax returns.
Improvements in technology have helped reduce the number of stolen cars over the last 20 years, but technology is also making it easier for thieves to steal your car as well.
If you thought things were just a little bit more expensive, you’re right.
A new survey from careerbuilder.com finds around half of employers know in the first five minutes if a candidate is a good fit for the job.
Like it or not, when shopping online companies learn a lot about you.
Thursday is the last day many owners of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 will be able to use the device.
An old scam is making a comeback.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is shining a light on poor performing headlights.
Dangerous products that put your family at risk. Here’s what you need to know.
Dangerous products that put your family at risk. It’s time for this week’s 3 On Your Side recall roundup.
Since the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, insurers offer more health plans with lower premiums, but higher deductibles.