PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) A lot of people are doing their shopping online these days. Are there state taxes you aren’t paying for online sales? PA Secretary of Revenue Dan Meuser joined KDKA’s John Shumway to explain the law.
It’s CyberMonday — a day where shopping online might yield better deals — so maybe it’s no surprise lots of employees sneaked some time to go online while at work, one survey predicted.
Millions of people buy all kinds of things online from electronics to jewelry — with eBay and Overstock being two popular sites for online shopping.
Consumers in Pennsylvania could pay more on an internet sales tax bill if the legislation passes in a vote later today in the United States Senate.
This holiday season is shaping up to be very successful for retailers, especially online. Consumers spent more than $1 billion shopping online on Black Friday, breaking a record.
Rob Pratte talked to Duquesne University Marketing Professor Dr. Audrey Gusky about holiday shopping.
Online shopping doesn’t have to be risky. Here are a few tips to protect your credit/debit card information on the internet.
Starting September 1st at midnight, the tax-free party for online shoppers in Pennsylvania is over.
If you still need to shop for gifts for all the people on your list but don’t want to battle the crowds, it’s a great day to do some online shopping because today is “Free Shipping Day!”
Black Friday can offer some amazing deals, but if you can’t deal with the crowds, or don’t feel like going to the stores, you can still cash in on Cyber Monday.
Cyber Monday is just a few days away. KDKA-TV’s Kristine Sorensen sat down with SimplyFrugalLiving.com founder Andria Alexander to come up with the best ways to save. Here are the links featured in her report […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Before you do any shopping this holiday season, make sure you’re not wasting your money by following three easy steps. The steps will take just three minutes to make sure you get […]