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What Americans Spend on Dating a Year

What Americans Spend on Dating a Year

A survey from loan marketplace LendingTree found that on average Americans spend $696.98 on dating a year and the average cost of a first date is $77. 

Key findings

Survey respondents spent an average of $696.98 on dating
in 2019. Women spent much less than…

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Having Your Taxes Done for Free

Having Your Taxes Done for Free

Early February through April 15, AARP Foundation provides free in-person tax assistance and preparation through its Tax-Aide program.

Taxpayers who used AARP Foundation Tax-Aide in 2019
received $1.4 billion in income tax refunds and more than $200
million in Earned Income Tax…

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Essential Oils Can Spice Up Your Valentine's Day

Essential Oils Can Spice Up Your Valentine's Day

Rather than turning to your go-to chocolates, flowers or conversation hearts, why not match a pure essential oil with your Valentine this year? Health and wellness company doTERRA – a seller of essential oils – is offering a gift guide to five particular essential oils:

Passion Inspiring Blend

Is there someone…

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No Foil Balloons this Valentine's Day

No Foil Balloons this Valentine's Day

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, utility company FirstEnergy is warning customers about the public safety risks associated with helium-filled foil balloons. While these metallic balloons have increased in popularity as party and celebration decorations, they have also become the cause of many power outages.

“These balloons are…

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Three Valentine's Day Scams to Watch For

Three Valentine's Day Scams to Watch For

As Valentine’s Day nears CyberScout is sharing a list of common romance scams for consumers to watch out for all year long.

Equally as important, CyberScout, an identity theft
resolution, data defense and employee benefits services firm, encourages
businesses to take proactive steps to defend themselves against online activity…

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China Advises Drastic Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Coronavirus Spread

China Advises Drastic Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Coronavirus Spread

A new report from China Daily – a media company run by the Chinese government – shows just how alarming the spread of coronavirus has become, and outlines some of the lifestyle measures being recommended to halt the deadly disease.

The New York Times, citing Chinese health officials,
reported Thursday that 563…

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