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Report Shows Optimism About US Economy

A key forward-looking gauge of economic conditions in the U.S. increased in June.

Think tank The Conference Board’s Leading Economic Index (LEI) for the U.S. increased by 0.7 percent in June to 115.1 (2016 = 100), following a 1.2 percent increase…

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Pent-Up Singles Go Big On First Dates

After more than a year of virtual dates and social discoveries, singles around the world are ready to break the bank, try new experiences, and go all out this year.  Online dating site operator Dating.com, has released data outlining the anticipated spending habits for first dates. 

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Where Millennials Want to Work in 2021

Workplaces that support equity, transparency, flexibility and purpose take top marks among millennial employees, according to the 2021 Fortune Best Workplaces for Millennials survey.

Great Place to Work has announced the 2021 Fortune Best Workplaces for Millennials, as determined through their analysis of over 300,000 millennial…

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U.S. Employees More Open to Pets

A new survey from Purina finds that employees and companies are ready to embrace pet-friendly work policies.

As many people adjusted to the extended work-from-home conditions over the last year, our four-legged friends served as our ever-present companions, favorite new colleagues, and a source of…

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Summer Tips for Taxpayers, from ACP Members Provide

While families explore the possibility of getting out of their homes and even travelling this summer, four certified members of the Alliance of Comprehensive Planners (ACP), have provided an array of tax tips to help the general public and other advisors keep an eye towards planning for next…

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Tips for Those with Medical-Based Heat Intolerance, from ThermApparel

The current and seemingly relentless heat waves are dangerous to a growing, but often overlooked community, people with medically-caused heat intolerance, often associated with neurological and autoimmune diseases. ThermApparel, a company that focuses on cooling vests, is offering some tips for coping with the heat.

Prolonged exposure to…

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Tips for Pet Fire Safety Month, from Kidde

After 16 months of nearly constant companionship, many pet parents are preparing to leave their pets at home while they transition back to the workplace.

In support of Kidde’s annual Pet Fire Safety Month in July, Kidde and celebrity pet trainer Sara Carson (as seen on&nbsp…

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