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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 Blog Posts

"Green" Cleaning Products Aren't That Expensive — But Aren't Always Green

Health and environmental concerns can lead many to choose green cleaning products. But can you afford it, and are they actually better for the environment? We compare traditional vs. eco-friendly cleaners.

Here's the TRUE Cost of Attending Mardi Gras in New Orleans

Every year, the Big Easy puts on "the biggest free party on earth." Here's an idea of what it actually costs to visit New Orleans during Mardi Gras, and some insider tips on how to save money.

How to Find Deals on Silly and Fun Holidays

Stores slash prices for holidays both official and informal now, flooding your inbox with coupons for everything from Groundhog Day to Star Wars Day. Here's how to find deals during lesser-known holidays.

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

Wedged between the mega-shopping holidays, Small Business Saturday is a chance to get discounts on unique goods and support your local business community. Here's why you'll want to shop local this holiday season.

Southerners Are Happiest With Their Salaries — Findings From Our Personal Finance Survey

We have our regional differences, but how far do they go? Are we all alike or completely different when it comes to everyday things like money? DealNews wanted to find out, so we polled people from all over the nation. Find out how your location affects your personal finances.

4 Things People Without Kids Should Buy During Back-to-School Sales

If you think back-to-school sales are only for parents, you might be missing out on some good deals. Here are four great back-to-school buys that people without kids should consider.

6 Hidden Costs of Being in a Wedding Party

Being a bridesmaid or groomsman is fun, but it sure can be expensive. So what exactly are you paying for? We outline the six biggest costs of being in a wedding and offer tips on how you can save on each.

11 Ideas for Throwing a Budget-Friendly Cookout

If you've got a backyard, you need to host a great barbecue this summer. But that doesn't mean you have to go broke in the process. Here are 11 ways you can "trim the fat" and throw a budget-friendly cookout.

How to Get Comfortable, Affordable Women's Shoes That Last for Years

The priciest shoes aren't always the best for your feet. From heels to boots, we show you how to find great footwear at every price point.

The Ultimate Grocery Shopping Guide: Get the Best Deals on Household Essentials!

It's not all in your head: Your grocery bill really is more expensive these days. But all hope isn't lost. We'll show you all the ways to save on groceries, no matter how you shop, and whether you buy online, in bulk, during sales, or cashing in on coupons.
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