This Valentine’s Day it looks like many of us will be spending a bit more than last year, according to data from the National Retail Federation. With the average Valentine’s Day expenditure for 25-34 year olds at $472.25, that got us to thinking. How would that money add up... Read more
Survey Data provided by Harris Interactive. Consumers comparison shopping for many things – but not their mortgage. Consumers may like to find the best deals out there, but they don’t always approach their mortgages with the same zeal. In fact, people are more diligent about shopping around for... Read more

Personal income and non-durable expenditures increased, while durable goods spending decreased in December 2009. The recently released data suggests consumers are opting to save their money or spend it only on the essentials rather then purchasing big ticket items incurring additional debt.

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