furniture

3 Worst Things to Buy Online

Shopping online has its advantages but it's not always the smartest choice. Here are three things that you probably shouldn't buy online.

The 8 Best Things to Buy in May

Mother's Day and Memorial Day prompt many of the bargain buys for this month. If you're in the market for any of these goods, now's the time to pounce.

The 7 Best Things to Buy in January

In the new year, it's time for a new you (with gym memberships and equipment), new finances (with credit cards) and decor (with white sales).

Lower Your Moving Costs

Knowing when and how to move can help save you money. Check out these tips before you pack up your home.

5 Surprising Things You Should Negotiate

Most of us know we're supposed to negotiate when it comes to buying a house or a car, but how about at the dry cleaner? Or when we're on the phone with our cell phone provider? Hesitate no longer.

Businesses That We Complain About the Most

Poor customer service is one of the primary reasons people tend to shun certain companies and even whole industries. 24/7 Wall St. identified the U.S. industries with the most complaints, as well as the troubles people have with them. If customer service is important to success, those we identified are in trouble.

IKEA's Low Prices to Drop Even Further

Good news for home decorators: Fans of IKEA's ready-to-assemble furniture can expect lower prices in the near future. The company said it is dropping...

IKEA's Low Prices to Drop Even Further

Good news for home decorators: Fans of IKEA's ready-to-assemble furniture can expect lower prices in the near future. The company said it is dropping...

World Market coupon 25% off furniture

This World Market coupon launches a huge furniture sale in stores and online. All regular-priced furniture at World Market (formerly Cost Plus) is...

A Surprise 1% Drop in June's Durable Goods Orders

U.S. durable goods orders unexpectedly fell 1% in June, their largest decline since August 2009. That was in sharp contrast to the predictions of the Bloomberg survey, which had forecast orders to increase 1%. The drop provides more evidence that the nation's economic recovery has slowed.