How To Hire A Free Personal Shopper

Competition has been heating up for clothing retailers. Brick and mortar stores, which once were the only option for buying clothing, now have to compete with their online ecommerce rivals. On top of that, specialty clothing subscription services have been growing in popularity, too. Due to this increased competition, many physical retailers have turned to…
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Poverty, Seniors And Retirement

MoneyTips Using the Census Bureau’s traditional methods of calculating poverty, seniors aged 65 and older are not as likely to be living in poverty as adults of working age are. However, this does not seem to mesh with the anecdotal stories and daily struggles of many seniors. A different measure known as the Supplemental Poverty…
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Top 5 Real Estate Video Tips

MoneyTips When selling a home, many people would prefer a more compelling method of showcasing it than the same old listings and open houses. A great way to stand out from the crowd is to shoot a professional video of your home and post it on your Facebook page, as well as on sites such…
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On The Road Again, Shortage Of Truck Drivers = Higher Pay

Could you see yourself behind the wheel of a big rig? The trucking lifestyle is not for everyone, but the current shortage of drivers makes truck driving a relatively lucrative field to go into right now. A new report by the American Trucking Associations (ATA) shows that the shortage of American truck drivers will reach…
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North Dakota Has Higher Incomes For Millennials

Highest and Lowest Millennial Incomes Across The U.S. Roughly 70% of students graduate with student debt today, but only 37% of them are currently paying down their debt. Could low entrance wages have something to do with that? The infographic below shows the states with the highest and lowest median wages for millennials. The winner isn’t…
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