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Most Professionals Like Listening to Music at Work and Are More Productive When They Do, Survey Shows Read More
One-third of Americans Don’t Have an Accurate Perception of their Finances, Prudential Study Finds Read More
How to Lessen Home Damage from Hurricanes and High Winds

How to Lessen Home Damage from Hurricanes and High Winds

Insurer Nationwide released these tips for preparing your home for a hurricane last week, just ahead of Florence. But hurricane season is still with us, so it’s worth keeping these things in mind:

Secure outdoor items

Move items like patio furniture, garden décor and trash cans to an…

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The U.S. Recycling Crisis

The U.S. Recycling Crisis

Fewer recyclable items are actually being recycled these days, as recycling companies are shutting down and otherwise recyclable items are simply going into landfills. One nonprofit organization calls it a “recycling crisis” – and aims to do something about it.

Nonprofit organization Recycle Across America (RAA) points out that 1,000…

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U.S. Home Loan Originations Drop to Four-Year Low

U.S. Home Loan Originations Drop to Four-Year Low

Home loan originations dropped to a four-year low in the second quarter, according to new data from property database curator ATTOM Data Solutions.

Specifically, more than 1.5 million (1,527,433) loans secured by residential property (1 to 4 units) were originated in Q2 2018, down 16 percent…

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Women Love Their Side Hustles, According to Survey

Women Love Their Side Hustles, According to Survey

A new survey of more than 1,000 women with side hustles reveals that the top three reasons women choose independent work are: flexibility (44 percent), income (38 percent) and entrepreneurship (25 percent).

Commissioned by baby gear rental service and marketplace BabyQuip , apparel company Ruby Ribbon and babysitter app and…

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