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Here Are the 5 Main Causes of Auto Accidents

Insurance quotes website Low cost car insurance price has released a new blog post presenting the top 5 causes of car accidents in the United States and how these influences auto insurance prices.

Distracted driving, drunk driving, speeding and bad weather conditions are the leading causes of car accidents in…

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Two in Five LGBT Workers Feel Bullied at Work, CareerBuilder Survey Finds

New research from CareerBuilder indicates that LGBT workers are facing bullying in their workplace.

Two in five LGBT workers (40 percent) report feeling bullied at work, 11 percentage points higher than the national average of all workers combined. Fifty-six percent of bullied LGBT workers report being bullied repeatedly.


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Paying Down Credit Card Debt

The average household that use credit cards owes more than $16,000 on them, according to a new report from That’s an awful lot, so it’s useful that the has team mapped out where the easiest and most difficult states are to pay down…

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Digital Insurance Claims Can Speed the Process, and Save Money

Let’s say you have a fender-bender. Your car needs repair, and you need to file a claim with your insurance company. Do you use a mobile app, and file the claim digitally, or do you go about things the old way, and wait for a claims adjuster to…

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Holiday Bonuses are Becoming More Scarce

Are you getting a holiday bonus? They are becoming scarce these days, according to a report from staffing and recruitment firm Accounting Principals.

Accounting Principals has released the results of its annual Holiday Bonus and Hiring Survey.

The survey found that while bonuses are increasing in value by 66 percent…

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Halloween Makeup Advice, from the Professionals

The beauty experts at L’Oreal Paris say, Don’t be scared to get creative with your beauty look this Halloween. They’re even offering advice.

“Stand out from every witch and cat in the crowd with three of-the-moment makeup ideas – unicorn, mermaid and galaxy girl – along with…

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Smarty-Pants Kids

Who handles digital security in your home. Nationwide, kids seem to think they do, while parents have other ideas.

According to second annual National Cyber Security Alliance survey parents and teens both think they are most knowledgeable about cybersecurity and privacy in their household.

Thirty-four percent of teens indicate…

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Few Safely Dispose of Unused Medicine

As the nation grapples with the crisis of opioid abuse and misuse, a new survey by pharmacy benefit manager Prime Therapeutics LLC (Prime) finds many current tools aimed at combating the crisis may be underused.

Most survey respondents are concerned about the opioid crisis.

Overall, 87 percent said addiction to…

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Vacant Property Rate Increases in Much of the U.S.

Vacant property rates increased from a year ago in 81 of the 149 metropolitan statistical areas analyzed in a report by property database curator Attom Data Solutions.

The company’s 2017 U.S. Residential Vacant Property and Zombie Foreclosure Report shows nearly 1.4 million (1,367,793) U.S…

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Video Marketing Works for Small Businesses

It takes some work, but small businesses that use video marketing can get big results through improved search engine optimization leading to increased sales. This according to SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors.

SCORE said that businesses are creating cost-effective promotional videos in a…

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