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Government shutdown: What’s closed and what happens to government checks?

Government shutdown: What’s closed and what happens to government checks?

Update: While the House passed legislation on Thursday to fund government services, the Senate on Friday failed to vote on a continuing resolution that would keep the government up and running. With no bill to fund the government, non-essential services have been shutdown.

Retail alert: Sam’s Club is abruptly closing locations nationwide

Retail alert: Sam’s Club is abruptly closing locations nationwide

Bad news for Sam’s Club members! The Walmart-owned warehouse club has abruptly shut down multiple locations across the country, according to local media reports. Closures have reportedly taken place in Tennessee, Georgia, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, Texas and elsewhere — without warning.

Here’s how your passport could be useless, even if it’s not expired

Here’s how your passport could be useless, even if it’s not expired

If you love to travel, a passport is one of the most important documents you’ll ever possess, as it allows you to visit almost any country in the world without a visa. But what if we told you that your passport could be not expired, but invalid nonetheless?

Just announced: 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores are closing in early 2018

Just announced: 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores are closing in early 2018

Just days after the holiday shopping season ended, Sears Holdings announced that it’s closing more than 100 stores. In a news release, the struggling retailer said it told associates at 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores that the locations will be shut down between early March and early April 2018.

This new Trump tax calculator shows how much you’ll pay going forward

This new Trump tax calculator shows how much you’ll pay going forward

Tax reform is at the forefront of the nation’s mind as we rush headlong into the height of the holiday season. Both the House and Senate are expected to vote on the GOP tax bill today before sending it off to President Trump by December 20.

DIY cold remedy: How to make a Starbucks ‘Medicine Ball’ drink at home

DIY cold remedy: How to make a Starbucks ‘Medicine Ball’ drink at home

If you’re coming down with a cold, you’ll try just about anything to get rid of the sore throat, cough, sneezing and runny nose. Whenever I start to feel under the weather, I Google things like “How long will a cold last?”

New rule would allow restaurants to control tips earned by their workers

New rule would allow restaurants to control tips earned by their workers

New proposed regulation from the Department of Labor would mandate that tips earned by some food industry employees be allowed to be distributed to co-workers as well. The new rule would have wide ramifications for restaurants, where much of the staff get by on tips.

5 ways Wells Fargo ripped people off in 2017

Big banks. Two words that make consumer expert Clark Howard’s skin crawl! And no “giant monster mega-bank” — as Clark calls them — was more revolting in 2017 than Wells Fargo. Here’s a look back at the newer ways that the big bank ripped off its customers — beyond the usual high fees, poor customer […]

How much have you spent on Amazon over the years? Here’s how to tell

How much have you spent on Amazon over the years? Here’s how to tell

Are you spending too much money on Amazon.com? There’s a little-known way to find out the exact amount you’ve spent on the e-commerce site over the years. There are four main steps to figuring out your total Amazon spending.

These major retailers are closing 1,000 stores in 2018

These major retailers are closing 1,000 stores in 2018

The new year could be another difficult one for traditional retailers. After closing more than 5,000 stores in 2017, we’re already getting word of closings for 2018. In 2017, the store closure and bankruptcy announcements began in January, right after the Christmas shopping season.