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Weekly consumer columnist Elisabeth Leamy is a 13-time Emmy winner, a 25-year consumer advocate for programs such as “Good Morning America,” and host of the podcast “Easy Money.” Connect with her at leamy.com and follow her @ElisabethLeamy.
Advice on setting time and content limits, and helping your child have a healthy relationship with that ubiquitous technology.
You need to know the name and location of the actual quarry. That’s important because some quarries have better reputations — and warranties — than others.
Plus, a list of options, such as storm windows and triple-pane glass, to keep the outdoor clamor at bay.
With the president’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, U.S. sellers will no longer be able to import carpets from Iran.
If you’re polite, prepared and persistent, you just might get satisfaction.
Deregulation of the energy industry was supposed to lower prices for consumers but it doesn’t always work out that way. Here's what to know.
Consider cost, durability and looks when making a decision about man-made or natural materials.
Consider workarounds such as asking for a raise — or even a pay cut.
Kids develop important skills through summer jobs and learn the value of money.
Do some research, offer incentives and practice your sales pitch.