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Our Basement Flooded 4 Times! Why It Could Happen to You, Too
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Here are some things we learned after our basement flooded four times in four years—and how you can avoid flooding problems yourself.

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Cities With the Youngest Workforces – 2021 Edition
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While Baby Boomers and Generation X are now the bosses at many companies, more than 25% of the workforce is younger than 30. This means that Generation Z (born between 1997 and 2012) and millennials (born between 1981 and 1996) … Continue reading →

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A Mentee’s Educational and Marketing Plans
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The purpose of a mentorship program is to facilitate field training for new hires that are not experienced so that they will receive the support they need to tr
Spirit Airlines adds 3 routes, new city in latest pandemic-era shakeup
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Spirit Airlines isn’t taking a breath. On Wednesday, the Miramar, Florida-based carrier announced another set of new routes, coming just a day after a second big pandemic-era network expansion for the airline. Beginning on June 24, Spirit is adding a new pin to its route-map, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (MKE), with three new daily flights to Las …
Everything to Consider Before You Sell Pokemon Cards
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A card-trading expert shares his best tips to sell Pokemon cards. Plus, how to assess your cards’ rarity and condition.

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Rising Rates Damp Mortgage Applications Ahead of Spring Selling Season
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Thomas A. Ferrara/Newsday RM via Getty Images)Mortgage rates reached their highest level since November last week, cooling off home purchase and refinance applications ahead of the all-important spring selling season.

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With Florida’s Luxury Market Sizzling, Here Are the State’s 10 Most Expensive Homes
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With multimillion-dollar mansions selling like hotcakes in the Sunshine State, we wanted to take stock of what's left at the top end of the Florida market.

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Years of Work Needed to Afford a Down Payment – 2021 Edition
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Assembling enough money for a down payment is typically the largest hurdle to clear when securing a mortgage. The median home price in the U.S. is up 14% year-over-year, according to a November 2020 Redfin report, and as the housing … Continue reading →

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How to Get Your $1,800 Stimulus Check if You’re a Recent Grad
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The first and second stimulus checks left a lot of college-age students disappointed. If your parents claimed you as a dependent on their tax returns, you didn’t qualify for the $1,200 and $600 checks. They also disappointed plenty of parents. The $500 and $600 child stimulus credits were only available for dependents 16 and younger. […]

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