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By Bryher Business Partnership
Ten Per Cent Rise In Visitors Reported Despite Challenging Economic Climate

By Social Sculpting
We always seem to be on the hunt for the next “hottest thing”, especially when it comes to saving money. Well Phoenicians, search no more! You can now sign up for Looterang provides seamless cash savings without the hassle of coupons.

By Engage Research
A new qualitative research study to be published this week will reveal how Britons plan to reject traditional consumption and spend Christmas reconnecting with the things and people that matter most and are closest to them.

By Gabrielle Sedor
PAR applauded Wednesday a call by Tim Costa, Executive Deputy Secretary of the Department of Public Welfare (DPW), to improve the agency’s operations from programs that serve people with intellectual disabilities (ID).

By Sound Mind Investing
Recent market volatility and persistent economic weakness have many people considering gold and other precious metals as an investment alternative.

By Katie Blake
As footfall on the UK high street continued to dip in June, Greater London bucked the national trend as its diverse economy made it the only region to experience an uplift in footfall, according to Springboard’s National High Street Index.

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By Association of Mature American Citizens
Debate over raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure

By Send Me a Friend
- Now that the manufacturers are "supplying" dealership websites from Cobalt, Dealer.com and all the rest, its easy to get lulled into a false sense of security.

By Her Campus Media
The #1 online community for college women picks its best of the bunch

By the Forum
Engaged employees lead to higher customer spending New research summary examines dramatic impact on growth

By Bryher Business Partnership
Ten Per Cent Rise In Visitors Reported Despite Challenging Economic Climate

By Association of Mature American Citizens
‘It’s costing millions of dollars that could be used to aid the ailing economy’

By Carmen Steynberg
South Africans are slowing down their discretionary spending, and stretching their personal income – despite an increase in household income

By Netscribes
Netscribes (India) Pvt. Ltd. launches a report on the Server Market India 2012 covering a market with strong growth potential. It is a part of Netscribes’ Information Technology Series

By Social Sculpting
We always seem to be on the hunt for the next “hottest thing”, especially when it comes to saving money. Well Phoenicians, search no more! You can now sign up for Looterang provides seamless cash savings without the hassle of coupons.

By America First Credit Union
“The new year is one of the best times to review your finances ensure your economic well-being,” says John Lund, executive VP at America First Credit Union. America First offers the following 10 tips for financial benefit throughout 2012.

By Krisz Rokk - StrengthInBusiness
Paycheck in, and at the end of the month we are wondering where all that money went. It is highly recommended to evaluate where you stand at a certain moment in time thus giving you the opportunity to change your negative spending habits.

By Peter Hitchman
Creation has launched three new credit card offers with improved benefits on balance transfers, purchases and cashback to suit every customer.

By Junior Enterprise Ltd
Regardless of unemployment shooting up to a 17-year high, almost half of employers said that they could not find the right person when they have a vacancy, British Chambers of Commerce.

By Junior Enterprise
The Welsh government is waiting to learn whether its budget will be topped up as a result of UK government plans to invest in infrastructure.

By Engage Research
A new qualitative research study to be published this week will reveal how Britons plan to reject traditional consumption and spend Christmas reconnecting with the things and people that matter most and are closest to them.

By The Center for Governmental Research (CGR)
The Center for Governmental Research (CGR) is now offering Govistics users free access to spending, revenue, employment and payroll data for 3,000+ counties and 50 states in the U.S. Previously, users had to subscribe to explore the data.

By gal-friday publicity
Business coaching company to present Calgary awards for excellence.

By gal-friday publicity
Redefining priorities recommended for enjoyment of the holidays.

By Gabrielle Sedor
PAR applauded Wednesday a call by Tim Costa, Executive Deputy Secretary of the Department of Public Welfare (DPW), to improve the agency’s operations from programs that serve people with intellectual disabilities (ID).

By Packaged Facts
Latino households spend more than any other population segment on laundry and household cleaning supplies. In the past decade their spending on these products grew at a rate that was nearly three times faster than that of other households.

By Sound Mind Investing
Recent market volatility and persistent economic weakness have many people considering gold and other precious metals as an investment alternative.

By Douglas J Utberg, MBA
A new article has been published by Business of Life LLC

By Douglas J Utberg, MBA
A new article has been published by Business of Life LLC

By Katie Blake
As footfall on the UK high street continued to dip in June, Greater London bucked the national trend as its diverse economy made it the only region to experience an uplift in footfall, according to Springboard’s National High Street Index.

By WooEB
Reducing the operating budget while trying to maintain the same output can lower morale and damage the company over time.

By Emma Kent
New research from the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that a quarter of women in the UK claim to be ‘addicted to spending money.’ Furthermore, over half of these women admit to feeling ‘out of control’ of their spending habits.

By Duncan Robb
Not every wedding has a global audience of 2 billion people or a security budget of £20m but even mere mortals are faced with an average £20,000 bill to get married. The UK’s Biggest Free Cashback Website has shown how to cut the cost.

By Mary Donnellan
New Book reveals How Influential Power Moms are Driving Sales to Companies and Fueling the US Economy to Recovery.

By Wriggling in the Middle
Personal Financial Expert Susan Beacham is our Featured Guest on North Ohio’s WHBC 1480 Talk Radio Show, Wriggling in the Middle, On Monday, April 25th at 9am (Eastern Time).

By Adaptive Affinity
Spring results show consumers continue to struggle

By Susan Davies
As a result of the current turbulent economic climate, an increasing number of businesses are resorting to new methods in an attempt to reduce their expenses.

By Joe Walsh
Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has added a new report.

By Eleven Two Fund Management
Luxury items don't mean you are wealthy, it may just indicate that you are a "hyper" spender and have little true wealth to show for it.

By Nancy Stark
Many couples fight about money - its control and use. Deanna Booker, Communications and Community Outreach Manager for nonprofit CCCS of MD & DE, offers tips to help couples improve domestic harmony and gain financial peace of mind.

By Packaged Facts
Emerging from a dismal 2009, the catering industry is on the rebound. 2010 catering revenue reached $14.2 billion, a 9% increase from 2009

By Cedar Hill ISD
The Cedar Hill Independent School District is one of the highest rated school systems listed in the new Texas Comptroller website documenting best practices for increasing academics and decreasing costs for school districts.

By gal-friday publicity
Financial expert advises family time over spending time for the holidays

By Angela Ursprung, Marketing Rainmaker
Paige Armstrong, MSW, LCSW, of Life Enrichment Resources, announced today that she is holding a “Money Gremlins” seminar on Monday, November 8th, 6:30-8:00 pm, at the Caswell Building, Raleigh, North Carolina.

By Chelley Carvelli
Is the honeymoon over for the US government? Like many married couples, will they continue to spend their future into disaster, and then one day wake up and wonder where did the love go?

By Carl Nagaitis, Bryher Business Partnership Ltd
Morris & Co Senior Partner Offers Businesses His View In Aftermath of Coalition Spending Review

By Thomas G. Cloud, Jr., CFP(R)
So many of us spend our money as if it is an infinitely renewable source. What does God say about spending? Many people don't care what He says, do you?

By Charlotte Horsfall
A new study by the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that 1 in 5 Brits have literally thrown money away. Of these, 32% said they had thrown loose change in the bin, whilst the remaining 68% claimed to throw small change on the floor.

By Jobs By Fax, Inc.
Long term unemployment can wreak havoc on your ego and self-esteem, but the financial effects can be just as devastating if you don't start planning right away.

By Anna C. Little for Congres, Inc.
President Obama will visit New Jersey's 6th District on Wednesday to talk about the economy. Congressional candidate Anna Little will be there as well to talk about the actual state of the economy in New Jersey. Only Anna's version will be the truth.

By someone-to.com
At someone-to.com, consumers can post an unlimited number of free requests in search of someone willing to offer up products and services which are difficult to find elsewhere. That may be what online consumers want more than anything.

By The Foundation for Educational Choice
Tax-Credit Scholarship Program Could Save Nebraska $51 Million

By DisputeDebts.com
Are you tired of being in debt due to overcharging your credit cards? Are you tired of struggling and suffering the consequences? Want to do things differently? Try putting your debt on a diet with these 5 super strategies.

By debtmanagementprofessional.com
Are you tired of being in debt due to overcharging your credit cards? Are you tired of struggling and suffering the consequences? Want to do things differently? Try putting your debt on a diet with these 5 super strategies.

By The Foundation for Educational Choice
A new study by The Foundation for Educational Choice finds that the BOAST Tax Credit proposal could produce net fiscal savings to the state of Maryland ranging from $7 million to $267 million over a 10-year period.

By Shannon Haigh
Nationwide research by the UK’s fastest growing online independent travel agent for holidays solely to Tenerife has found that almost a third of holidaymakers have ran out of spending money during their vacation.



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