Just as the Great Depression shaped the spending habits of Americans who grew up during that era, experts predict millennials will be driven by deals.» Read More
It's far from a done deal, but the days of mostly tax-free shopping on the Internet is a big step closer to ending. Click ahead to find out how you might be affected.
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