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Survey: Most Americans plan to save tax refunds

From Tax Refund: Consumers bank on it, clarionledger.com

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Most Americans treat their tax refund like a cash windfall. According to the Internal Revenue Service, the average refund for American taxpayers for tax year 2015 was $3,120, so it’s no wonder many people put off big purchases until refund season. 494 more words

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Trader Joe's Recalls Unsweetened Apple Sauce

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Trader Joe’s is pulling some of its popular apple sauces because of “the potential presence of glass pieces in the product.” 89 more words

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Gap supplier Crystal Group said to plan up to US$800 million IPO

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Crystal Group, a garment supplier to Gap Inc and Hennes & Mauritz AB, is planning a Hong Kong initial public offering that could raise as much as US$800 million, people with knowledge of the matter said. 226 more words

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Broward Paralegal Settles $2.4 Million Fraud Case

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — A Broward woman who ran several companies which claimed they would help their customers reduce their student loan debt has settled with the state. 144 more words

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Goodwill store and donation center opens in Stamford

STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A second Goodwill of Western and Northern Connecticut retail store and donation center has just opened in Stamford with more than 11,300 square-feet of retail space. 173 more words

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Hydro prices to dominate Queen's Park debate for second straight week

Hydro rates are expected to be hot topic at Queen’s Park for the second week in a row.

As the Liberals are said to be debating several options to reduce electricity prices, the NDP is set to introduce its own plan to reign in rates. 322 more words

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Putting The Perk Caffeine Bracelet To The Test

BOSTON (CBS) – Many of us can’t get through the day without coffee. And Kate Merrill is WBZ-TV’s resident caffeine junkie.

When she wakes up at 3 a.m. 299 more words

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