WTOP Saves You Money
It's a new year and time to take stock of your finances and get your fiscal house in order.
WTOP's Bob Kur
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It's that time of year again when appliance stores are lining up for your money. But before you buy, WTOP saves you money.
Tom Parsons, Bestfares.com CEO and founder