Out of 100 cities, Philadelphia ranked 85th for a V-Day date. While we placed 34th for activities, we came in 52nd for “gift accessibility” and 57th for weather forecast.
A new survey finds Americans will spend a whopping $18.9 billion dollars on Valentine’s Day gifts for loved ones this year. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at Valentine’s Day based on the numbers.
The Sumptus app can help you set and keep to a budget, letting you analyze your spending both through lists and in pie-chart form.
The record spending in Pennsylvania’s 2014 gubernatorial race has now surpassed $82 million.
That’s apparently because a 16-pound turkey costs about $2.21 less here than elsewhere. Other items that are cheaper in Philly include sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie mix and green peas.
Even if you think it’s too soon to start holiday shopping, you might consider sitting down to plan your budget and spending. As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, it could save you money in the end.
New Jersey has 60 days to find an $800 million solution as an income tax shortfall leads to questions about cutting spending.
Keeping track of what we spend isn’t easy, but 5Coins is trying to streamline things. The app ignores things like budgets and reports – instead focusing solely on daily expenses.
If you still have some holiday shopping left to do, you might want to save the men’s department for last.
The Christmas shopping season can be a perilous time for families struggling with credit issues, but Philadelphia’s Financial Empowerment Centers can help.
It’s hard to keep track of a budget sometimes. Piglet does the heavy lifting, helping you set spending limits to get out of debt.
The best part of paying your taxes is probably getting your refund check.
It’s August, and that means back-to-school shopping is in full swing. If you’re looking for some ways to save some money, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice.
Auditor General Jack Wagner says Pennsylvania charter schools are spending a million dollars a day more than necessary.
An annual survey of businesses in New Jersey shows some economic improvement over the last year, but not enough to make them ready to hire more people.