Indiana funeral homes have added liquor licenses to their platform in response to clients wishes of wanting alcohol during some services in celebrating the passing of their loved one. Continue reading →
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 →