The Obamacare policy writers made a big economic flaw that will cost Hoosiers more money buying health insurance. Continue reading →
Whether you are starting a business or running an existing one, this one piece of data is crucial in understanding how to be successful in keeping your customers. Continue reading →
Consumers spent $3.34 billion shopping online on Friday, a 21.6 percent increase from the same day last year, according to Adobe, which tracks online retail transactions.
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I’ll admit, I love my cell phone. Not because I’m playing some game but I get to follow finance sites and even write my blog from it. Matter of seconds I can transfer money or pay bills. But I also have been correcting myself on when to use it in public. Robert Wenzel over at Continue reading →