The auto insurance reform that was recently signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will bring significant changes, including choices in personal injury protection coverage amounts and banning insurance companies from using non-driving factors to set rates.
As Americans gear up for the Fourth of July, spending per person is expected to be down.
Still lots of questions as filing season officially opens Jan. 28. Hopefully, we can answer some of them here.
It's the time of year for fresh starts and resolutions, so now is the perfect time to take stock of your financial fitness.
The egg section at the grocery store can be intimidating. Should you buy brown or white? Organic? Free-range?
A Minnesota-based poultry producer is recalling more than 164,000 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be contaminated with salmonella.
Higher spending on food, gasoline and clothing led a 0.5 percent jump in U.S. retail sales to $507.5 billion last month compared with June, the U.S. Commerce Department reported this week.
Last year, shoppers across the country spent a collective $83.6 billion.
Gas leaps over $3 per gallon mark for the first time since 2014.
Preparing tax returns is never fun, but some businesses are helping to ease the pain by offering freebies and special deals on Tax Day, which this year is April 17 (today).
The orange cream bars and chocolate-coated vanilla bars shouldn’t be eaten.
The apples, which were processed at Nyblad Orchards Inc., have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, which can be fatal.
J.P. De Lass, who operates De Lass Farm Market in Spring Lake, said care begins before you even set up your tree.
GRAND RAPIDS — At least four renters may be the victims of fraud after they signed leases and paid rent on a home listed on Craigslist.
Spending time with family during the holidays is awesome, but there's another kind of spending that may be causing a lot of strife in your life this time of year.