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Angela Colley

Angela Colley

Angela Colley is an accomplished journalist with a decade-long track record of helping people lead easier, more informed lives. She currently writes investigative news and feature stories about business and your money. Her work has appeared on other popular publications like MSN Money, Yahoo! Finance, MainStreet, CNBC, Business Insider, and The Huffington Post. Angela has also been praised by publications like Bankrate and Kiplinger and interviewed as a personal finance expert on KGO Radio for San Francisco’s Consumer Talk program.

Angela Colley's Most Recent Features

Get What You Really Want! A Guide to Store Trade-In Policies

Now that the holidays are over, you can return unwanted gifts for store credit or even cash. Amazon, Gazelle, Target, and others all have trade-in programs, but rules vary.

What Is Small Business Saturday? How to Snag Deals on Local Goods

Wedged between the two mega-shopping holidays, Small Business Saturday is a chance to get discounts on unique goods and support your local business community. Here, you can learn all about Small Business Saturday and how to snag the best deals — and maybe this year, you'll want to head down the street for your holiday shopping.

Walmart Won't Offer Free Shipping This Holiday Season

The big holiday retailer players are fully in the game, announcing free shipping, rolling out the commercials, and even offering a new take on curbside pickup. But one key retailer is missing from the free shipping mix: Walmart.

What Is Small Business Saturday? How to Snag Deals on Local Goods

Wedged between the two mega-shopping holidays, Small Business Saturday is a chance to get discounts on unique goods and support your local business community. Here, you can learn all about Small Business Saturday and how to snag the best deals — and maybe this year, you'll want to head down the street for your holiday shopping.

What People Want on Black Friday Might Surprise You

What are the Black Friday deals we'll be coveting the most this year? We surveyed 2,472 DealNews readers to find out, and the answers might surprise you.

Target Gives its Employees Fitbits, Can Monitor Their Fitness Progress

Target offered employees a free Fitbit in exchange for taking part in a team competition for charity. But wellness at work is a growing trend, and not everyone loves it.

7 Ways eBay Has Changed How We Shop

Everyone's favorite auction site, eBay, is turning 20! It didn't just give everyone a way to sell old haunted heirlooms, it fundamentally changed online retail.

7 Ways to Save on College Textbooks

A new report found that the cost of college textbooks has increased by 1,041% in the last 38 years, adding as much as $5,000 to a student's fees over four years at school. Here are ways to beat the price tags, including renting, open source texts, and more.

If You Own a Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, or Fiat, You Need to Read This

Security researchers found the onboard computer system could be hacked, even stopping the car in the middle of the road. But Chrysler is already taking action.

6 Myths About How Men and Women Shop

Stereotypes hold that women are more impulsive, more intensive, and bigger spending shoppers. But the latest data overturns these assumptions, and shows men for the webrooming, retail-loving creatures they are.