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st. patrick's day facts


the world will drink 13 million pints of guinness this st. patrick's day.(photo: zdenka_simekova, getty images/istockphoto) 21 connectlinkedinemailmoreif you're doing it right, you'll have yourself a guinness this st. patrick's day.and you'll be in good company. personal finance company wallethub says 56% of americans will celebrate on march 17 and the world will gulp 13 million pints of the dark, creamy concoction created centuries ago by arthur guinness.st. patrick's day, wallethub said, is the fourth most popular drinking day of the year, outdone only by new year's eve, christmas day and the fourth of july.the company has provided the world its list of interesting st. patrick's day facts based on their own projects and data from the u.s. census bureau. this year, wallethub hopes st. pat






st. patrick's day facts


the world will drink 13 million pints of guinness this st. patrick's day.(photo: zdenka_simekova, getty images/istockphoto) 77 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreif you're doing it right, you'll have yourself a guinness this st. patrick's day.and you'll be in good company. personal finance company wallethub says 56% of americans will celebrate on march 17 and the world will gulp 13 million pints of the dark, creamy concoction created centuries ago by arthur guinness.st. patrick's day, wallethub said, is the fourth most popular drinking day of the year, outdone only by new year's eve, christmas day and the fourth of july.the company has provided the world its list of interesting st. patrick's day facts based on their own projects and data from the u.s. census bureau. this year, wallethub hopes st.






st. patrick's day facts


the world will drink 13 million pints of guinness this st. patrick's day.(photo: zdenka_simekova, getty images/istockphoto) 106 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreif you're doing it right, you'll have yourself a guinness this st. patrick's day.and you'll be in good company. personal finance company wallethub says 56% of americans will celebrate on march 17 and the world will gulp 13 million pints of the dark, creamy concoction created centuries ago by arthur guinness.st. patrick's day, wallethub said, is the fourth most popular drinking day of the year, outdone only by new year's eve, christmas day and the fourth of july.the company has provided the world its list of interesting st. patrick's day facts based on their own projects and data from the u.s. census bureau. this year, wallethub hopes st.






st. patrick's day facts


the world will drink 13 million pints of guinness this st. patrick's day.(photo: zdenka_simekova, getty images/istockphoto) 92 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreif you're doing it right, you'll have yourself a guinness this st. patrick's day.and you'll be in good company. personal finance company wallethub says 56% of americans will celebrate on march 17 and the world will gulp 13 million pints of the dark, creamy concoction created centuries ago by arthur guinness.st. patrick's day, wallethub said, is the fourth most popular drinking day of the year, outdone only by new year's eve, christmas day and the fourth of july.the company has provided the world its list of interesting st. patrick's day facts based on their own projects and data from the u.s. census bureau. this year, wallethub hopes st.






st. patrick's day facts


the world will drink 13 million pints of guinness this st. patrick's day.(photo: zdenka_simekova, getty images/istockphoto) 52 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreif you're doing it right, you'll have yourself a guinness this st. patrick's day.and you'll be in good company. personal finance company wallethub says 56% of americans will celebrate on march 17 and the world will gulp 13 million pints of the dark, creamy concoction created centuries ago by arthur guinness.st. patrick's day, wallethub said, is the fourth most popular drinking day of the year, outdone only by new year's eve, christmas day and the fourth of july.the company has provided the world its list of interesting st. patrick's day facts based on their own projects and data from the u.s. census bureau. this year, wallethub hopes st.






st. patrick's day facts


the world will drink 13 million pints of guinness this st. patrick's day.(photo: zdenka_simekova, getty images/istockphoto)connectlinkedinemailmoreif you're doing it right, you'll have yourself a guinness this st. patrick's day.and you'll be in good company. personal finance company wallethub says 56% of americans will celebrate on march 17 and the world will gulp 13 million pints of the dark, creamy concoction created centuries ago by arthur guinness.st. patrick's day, wallethub said, is the fourth most popular drinking day of the year, outdone only by new year's eve, christmas day and the fourth of july.the company has provided the world its list of interesting st. patrick's day facts based on their own projects and data from the u.s. census bureau. this year, wallethub hopes st. patrick






aurora named one of america's most diverse cities


aurora has been named one of the most diverse cities in america, according to a report by wallethub, an online financial website.according to its report, wallethub compared the demographic profiles of more than 500 of the largest cities across five major diversity categories: socioeconomic, cultural, economic, household and religious.wallethub found aurora to be the sixth-most diverse city in the united states. finishing above aurora were new york city, which came in first, followed by jersey city, n.j.; houston; dallas; and silver spring, md.the least diverse city in america is bangor, maine, according to the report.aurora scored high in economic diversity, racial and ethnic diversity, and linguistic diversity, according to wallethub.aurora's current mayor and its mayor-elect had similar






the 10 best and worst entry level jobs of 2017


image: istockphoto/dragonimages more for cxosengineers, system engineers, and architects represent the top three entry-level jobs, according to a new report from wallethub. and tech jobs including web applications developer, software engineer, and electronics engineer round out the rest of the list."what many job-market entrants ultimately seek is a career, not just a job," according to the report. "they want the attractive combination of a high starting salary and high growth potential in terms of compensation as well as responsibility. they also want stability while doing what they love. the question is how to go about obtaining such things in this über-competitive job market."wallethub analyzed 109 entry-level occupations across three dimensions: immediate opportunity, growth potential,






these are the happiest places to live, report says


fremont, calif. topped wallethub's list of happiest cities.(photo: rez-art, getty images/istockphoto) 2058 connect 2 linkedinemailmorecalifornia is a hotbed of happiness, according to a new wallethub report.the personal-finance website released its 2017's happiest places to live this week and the golden state holds 13 of the report's top 20 cities. fremont, calif., won the top spot. the san francisco suburb by lake elizabeth is home to parks, high-rated schools and low crime rates. fremont also has the lowest separation and divorce rate, 2.7 times lower than detroit, according to the study.three california cities followed close behind (san jose, irvine and san francisco), with sioux falls, s.d., getting south dakota on the chart at no. 5.researchers used data from 150 of the nation's large






these are the happiest places to live, report says


fremont, calif. topped wallethub's list of happiest cities.(photo: rez-art, getty images/istockphoto) 7 connectlinkedinemailmorecalifornia is a hotbed of happiness, according to a new wallethub report.the personal-finance website released its 2017's happiest places to live this week and the golden state holds 13 of the report's top 20 cities. fremont, calif., won the top spot. the san francisco suburb by lake elizabeth is home to parks, high-rated schools and low crime rates. fremont also has the lowest separation and divorce rate, 2.7 times lower than detroit, according to the study.three california cities followed close behind (san jose, irvine and san francisco), with sioux falls, s.d., getting south dakota on the chart at no. 5.researchers used data from 150 of the nation's largest cit






these are the happiest places to live, report says


fremont, calif. topped wallethub's list of happiest cities.(photo: rez-art, getty images/istockphoto) 57 connectlinkedinemailmorecalifornia is a hotbed of happiness, according to a new wallethub report.the personal-finance website released its 2017's happiest places to live this week and the golden state holds 13 of the report's top 20 cities. fremont, calif., won the top spot. the san francisco suburb by lake elizabeth is home to parks, high-rated schools and low crime rates. fremont also has the lowest separation and divorce rate, 2.7 times lower than detroit, according to the study.three california cities followed close behind (san jose, irvine and san francisco), with sioux falls, s.d., getting south dakota on the chart at no. 5.researchers used data from 150 of the nation's largest ci






california's property tax burden 10th worst in nation


warning: property taxes are due april 10.before you search for the bill and the checkbook – and perhaps express a few choice nasty words aloud about the financial pinch – let me make you extra grumpy.while prop. 13 may keep california property taxes low for many folks, the overall financial burden remains relatively high. my trusty spreadsheet tells me we’re 10th worst among the states.let me tell you how i got to that conclusion.my quest to gauge the proportional size of property taxes started with a recent study by wallethub that dared to rank states by income tax burdens. it’s no easy chore, since not only do state taxes vary, many municipalities tack on their own levies. so, getting any sense of complete tax costs is a tricky exercise. but let’s see what wallethub found.start with rank






chicago's middling among college hoops cities — but depaul doesn't count?


chicago ranks 109th among college basketball cities in wallethub's report released monday. but neither northwestern nor depaul count as chicago schools, using the personal finance website's strict parameters.granted, northwestern university is based in evanston, just across the border from chicago's north side, but depaul's main campuses are in lincoln park and the loop. the blue demons play at allstate arena in rosemont, however, and that's what wallethub is counting.this is the company's first ranking of college basketball cities, but previous reports for pro teams measure each city's market. (the giants and jets count for new york, for, example, though their stadium is in east rutherford, n.j.).asked about this discrepancy, a wallethub spokeswoman said via email, "for this report, our r






these are the best and worst states for working moms


vermont, minnesota and new jersey topped wallethub's list of top states for moms with careers.        






study: best and worst states for working moms


vermont, minnesota and new jersey topped wallethub's list of top states for moms with careers.        






how to make a bundle with credit cards


you don’t need to be “the points guy” to make hundreds -- even thousands -- of dollars a year with credit card rewards programs. but you do need to be a person who pays off his or her credit card balance every month.“if you are not paying off your balance every month, rewards should not be your thing. you should be looking for the lowest-rate card you can find until you pay off that debt,” said bill hardekopf, president of lowcards.com. “but if you pay your balance in full every month, you have a wealth of choices that can be surprisingly lucrative.”in an effort to win wallet-share in an increasingly competitive market, credit card companies are providing some of the best deals in history to those willing to spend on the right rewards card. these days, offers range from bonuses worth as mu






alabama is the most stressed-out state


while just about everyone living in america is stressed out about something, whether the political climate, the economy, personal finances or family issues, people in alabama have it the worst. the yellowhammer state was found to have the highest level of stress of all 50 states as well as the district of columbia in wallethub’s recent…






the best cities for starting a small business in 2017


photo by michigan municipal league.if you’re looking to start a small business this year, you might want to know where in the u.s. you’ll have a better shot at keeping it running. these small cities are the best spots to build from the ground up.dear lifehacker,i'm tired of the rat race and have been dreaming about starting my own…read more read more a new report from the financial experts at wallethub suggests that bigger isn’t always better when it comes to choosing a place to open up shop. analysts compared the “business-friendliness” of over 1,200 cities with 16 key metrics, including available workforce, cost of office space, labor cost, financing, and growth potential, to determine which cities offer the best opportunity. advertisementadvertisementaccording to their research, cities






report: here are the 5 most (and least) innovative states in the us


one of the best indicators of a healthy economy is investment in innovation. in 2016, the us spent $514 billion—more money than any other country spent—on research and development efforts. but where, in the us, is the greatest tech innovation happening? a new report from wallethub draws from data from the us census bureau, bureau of labor statistics, national science foundation, national center for education statistics, georgetown university's center on education and the workforce, us patent and trademark office, and other sources to determine where the most innovation is occurring in america. the report looked at 50 us states, plus d.c., to see how each measured up in terms of technology innovation. the analysis examined two factors—"human capital" and "innovation environment"—using 18 di






report: here are the 5 most (and least) innovative states in the us


image: stevanovicigor/istockphoto.com one of the best indicators of a healthy economy is investment in innovation. in 2016, the us spent $514 billion—more money than any other country spent—on research and development efforts. but where, in the us, is the greatest tech innovation happening? a new report from wallethub draws from data from the us census bureau, bureau of labor statistics, national science foundation, national center for education statistics, georgetown university's center on education and the workforce, us patent and trademark office, and other sources to determine where the most innovation is occurring in america. the report looked at 50 us states, plus d.c., to see how each measured up in terms of technology innovation. the analysis examined two factors—"human capital" an






mexico trade war puts 1 in 33 california jobs at risk


it’s far more than just the supply of avocados that’s at risk in any u.s.-mexico trade war, with these international deals linked to 3.25 percent of california employment, according to one study.wallethub used government data to evaluate the relative levels of economic ties each state had to the $600 billion-a-year trade business with mexico. president donald trump has harshly criticized mexico’s government and its trade relations with the u.s., putting the economic ties between the two nations in jeopardy. to be kind, the ideas were poorly received south of the border.the international political banter overshadows big business that goes both ways over the border. for example, wallethub estimated that roughly 1 in 33 california jobs (or approximately 550,000 positions) are tied to trade wi






minnesota nice and easy: we're the 'least stressed' state in the country


minnesotans won’t be pulling their hair out over a new ranking of the most stressed states in the country.we came in at no. 51 (can’t forget that ‘ol district of columbia, right?). yep, that means we are the least-stressed state in the union.the report, compiled by wallethub (not familiar with wallethub? it’s a free credit report site with debatable scientific credibility, but whatever), ranked the states by looking at 33 metrics falling under work-related, money-related, family-related, and health-and-safety related stress. minnesota has the lowest overall rates when it comes to typical stressors.we’re top five in highest credit scores, lowest divorce rates, lowest percentage of adults in poor health, and most average hours of sleep each night, among other metrics.other states in the uppe






illinois lags in new study that ranks states by residents' well-being


you want family-friendly? check out overland park, kan. or madison, wis. or plano, texas.or one of the 74 other u.s. cities ranked family-friendlier than chicago by wallethub.the personal finance site analyzed the 150 most populated cities based on 36 metrics, including affordability, school... (heidi stevens)






stress in america - america's most stressed-out states - pictures


stress in americastress affects everyone, but some environments are more toxic than others. a new analysis from wallethub ranks the most stressed-out states in america.researchers looked at data from all 50 states and the district of columbia in 33 key indicators, ranging from the average number of hours worked per week to the personal bankruptcy rate to the share of adults getting adequate sleep.click through to see if your state made the list of the 10 most stressed-out states in the country.credit: getty images/istockphoto10. arkansasthe countdown of the 10 most stressed-out states starts with arkansas. this state rates high in health and safety-related stress, with the second highest percentage of adults in fair/poor health.credit: getty images/istockphoto9. tennesseetennessee ranks nu






instantinvoice full pdf download


download download the easiest app to generate invoices and estimates on pdf. instantinvoice is a app to generate estimates and invoices for pdf. it can help small businesses and entrepreneurs. features: easy invoicing from your phone or tablet. easy estimating from your phone or tablet. supports multiple companies. supports your local taxes. track invoice cost and profit. invoices and estimates can be emailed to yourself and to the customer, preview or upload to dropbox. flexible tax setup. add your own tax codes or payment method. apply discounts for customer. use your company logo. it can see the margin of each product, invoice or estimate. it shows the total invoices paid and unpaid. easy to calculate product price. you can generate invoices and estimates with the equivalence tax. you c






denver population boom slows down -- a little -- as the city nears 700,000 resid


denver is still growing fast, according to new u.s. census bureau estimates that show the city added 13,028 people in the year that ended july 1, 2016.and most of its population increase again was attributable to newcomers.but county population estimates released last week show that the city and county of denver’s growth spurt slowed down from 2015 to 2016. in july, its population stood at an estimated 693,060 residents, up 1.9 percent — a rate that dipped below 2 percent for the first time in this decade.in the prior year that ended in july 2015, according to revised census estimates, denver’s growth rate was nearly 2.7 percent.still, the latest year of growth was slightly faster than the 1,000-per-month pace that mayor michael hancock and other city officials frequently cite as shorthand






these are the 'it' foods of 2017


hawaiian tuna poke(photo: magdanatka, getty images/istockphoto) 6 connectlinkedinemailmoreit's a new year and foodies, like everyone, become restless with last year's must-haves.each year, new food trends force us to get out of our comfort zone, deconstructing what we thought was tasty or healthy.christine couvelier, a food trendologist and chef, has presented what she believes will be the foods to break into the mainstream this year. a food trend, she said, usually starts with a chef's invention, which is picked up by eager home cooks and foodies, which is then followed by food manufacturers adapting to tastes.this centuries-old spice is the superfood of 2017many of this year's trends touch on "vegetable butchery," the idea of treating a vegetable like a fine cut of meat. diehards, couvel






these are the 'it' foods of 2017


hawaiian tuna poke(photo: magdanatka, getty images/istockphoto) 7 connectlinkedinemailmoreit's a new year and foodies, like everyone, become restless with last year's must-haves.each year, new food trends force us to get out of our comfort zone, deconstructing what we thought was tasty or healthy.christine couvelier, a food trendologist and chef, has presented what she believes will be the foods to break into the mainstream this year. a food trend, she said, usually starts with a chef's invention, which is picked up by eager home cooks and foodies, which is then followed by food manufacturers adapting to tastes.this centuries-old spice is the superfood of 2017many of this year's trends touch on "vegetable butchery," the idea of treating a vegetable like a fine cut of meat. diehards, couvel






keep these foods in your house and you'll always eat healthy


always having healthy food on hand can help you avoid ordering takeout.(photo: nedjelly, getty images/istockphoto) 11 connectlinkedinemailmorerobin foroutan, a registered dietitian nutritionist, describes healthy eating as a spectrum."even if you can get things 80% right," she said, "you're doing a great job."but the 80% can easily be whittled away if you slip up and order out because your house isn't stocked with good, healthy options."if you've got some main staples at home you can put together a quick meal or a quick snack faster than it takes delivery to get to your house," she said.that's reassuring, but not if you don't stock up. foroutan and clinical dietitian marina chaparro suggest keeping these in the house to avoid slip-ups:sprouted lentilskeep sprouted lentils on hand for somet






keep these foods in your house and you'll always eat healthy


always having healthy food on hand can help you avoid ordering takeout.(photo: nedjelly, getty images/istockphoto) 26 connectlinkedinemailmorerobin foroutan, a registered dietitian nutritionist, describes healthy eating as a spectrum."even if you can get things 80% right," she said, "you're doing a great job."but the 80% can easily be whittled away if you slip up and order out because your house isn't stocked with good, healthy options."if you've got some main staples at home you can put together a quick meal or a quick snack faster than it takes delivery to get to your house," she said.that's reassuring, but not if you don't stock up. foroutan and clinical dietitian marina chaparro suggest keeping these in the house to avoid slip-ups:sprouted lentilskeep sprouted lentils on hand for somet






criticism of the cbo is hardly new among lawmakers


washington -- the congressional budget office is a scorekeeper suddenly in the spotlight.monday’s estimate of the house gop’s health care measure gave ammunition to democratic critics of the law, predicting that 14 million people would lose insurance next year. republicans had been bracing for the report, with some of them attacking cbo as being inaccurate in past assessments.the obscure but respected agency, established under the 1974 budget act, provides cost estimates of legislation, baseline projections of the federal budget and its components, and independent economic and deficit statistics for lawmakers.it’s counterweight to the office of management and budget, which is part of a democratic or republican white house.trump administration officials and some congressional republicans pr






always keep these foods in your house for healthy eating


always having healthy food on hand can help you avoid ordering takeout.(photo: nedjelly, getty images/istockphoto) 38 connectlinkedinemailmorerobin foroutan, a registered dietitian nutritionist, describes healthy eating as a spectrum."even if you can get things 80% right," she said, "you're doing a great job."but the 80% can easily be whittled away if you slip up and order out because your house isn't stocked with good, healthy options."if you've got some main staples at home you can put together a quick meal or a quick snack faster than it takes delivery to get to your house," she said.that's reassuring, but not if you don't stock up. foroutan and clinical dietitian marina chaparro suggest keeping these in the house to avoid slip-ups:sprouted lentilskeep sprouted lentils on hand for somet






ap explains: cbo's independent views can rankle lawmakers


washington — the congressional budget office is a scorekeeper suddenly in the spotlight.monday's estimate of the house gop's health care measure gave ammunition to democratic critics of the law, predicting that 14 million people would lose insurance next year. republicans had been bracing for the report, with some of them attacking cbo as being inaccurate in past assessments.the obscure but respected agency, established under the 1974 budget act, provides cost estimates of legislation, baseline projections of the federal budget and its components, and independent economic and deficit statistics for lawmakers.it's counterweight to the office of management and budget, which is part of a democratic or republican white house.trump administration officials and some congressional republicans pre






san francisco ranked best city for valentine’s day | the global dispatch


share thistagsarizonacaliforniafloridagift ideashawaiihonoluluorlandosan franciscoscottsdaleseattlevalentine's daywashingtonwith valentine’s day just around the corner and america’s sweethearts planning to spend an average of $136.57 each on the occasion, the personal-finance website wallethub today released its report on 2017’s best places for valentine’s day along with entertaining stats about the holiday in its valentine’s day fun facts infographic.to determine the most romantic yet affordable cities for celebrating the day of hearts, wallethub’s number crunchers compared 100 of the largest u.s. cities across 20 key metrics, ranging from “florists per capita” to “number of attractions” to “cost of a three-course meal for two.”top 20 places for celebrating valentine’s day1san francisco,






google parent alphabet finds new growth beyond search


google parent alphabet inc. said fourth-quarter revenue increased nearly three times as fast as profit, as it cast about for new sources of growth beyond its traditional search advertising.fourth-quarter profit grew 8.3% to $5.33 billion, missing wall street estimates, while a 22% jump in revenue to $26.1 billion surp ed estimates. alphabet blamed the earnings miss on a one-time tax adjustment. its shares fell 2.1% in after-hours...






brownback estimates three-year tax revenue will boost kansas by $156.4 million


kansas on thursday increased tax revenue estimates for the current fiscal year as well as the next two by a total of $156.4 million from a previous november projection as the state struggles with budget deficits.for fiscal 2017, which ends june 30, the estimate was boosted by $62.5 million, while projections increased by $42.9 million for fiscal 2018 and $51 million for fiscal 2019. reasons for the rosier outlook were not immediately available from governor sam brownback’s office.tax cuts enacted in 2012 have gouged a hole in the kansas state budget. after months of falling short of estimates, tax revenue met or exceeded projections between november and february, before slipping below estimates in march.brownback on tuesday signed into law a bill that plugs a $280 million hole in the state






gm in the fast lane, easily tops expectations


detroit — general motors' net profit fell just under 3 percent last year but the company still made a $9.4 billion on the back of its u.s. money machine.a record $12 billion pretax profit in north america will mean big checks for 52,000 union workers. they'll get a record $12,000 each, up from $11,000 last year. that will cost the company $6.2 billion.gm said tuesday that it made $6 per share for the year. without special items it made $6.12, beating wall street expectations by a dime, according to a survey by factset. last year's net profit was boosted by about $4 billion in accounting charges, mainly due to better prospects in europe.full-year revenue was $166.4 billion, up 9 percent from a year ago, beating analysts' estimates of $163.5 billion.for the fourth quarter, gm made a net prof






marriott and pentair rise while hertz and tegna skid


new york — stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily tuesday:marriott international inc., up $6.13 to $102.50the hotel chain raised its annual estimates following a strong first-quarter report.hertz global holdings inc., down $2.11 to $12.80the rental car company missed wall street forecasts as prices fell and its cars lost value.tegna inc., down $1.74 to $24.05the media and marketing company's profit and sales fell short of analyst estimates.pentair plc, up $1.64 to $67.73the industrial products company said it will split itself into two companies.pandora media inc., down 46 cents to $9.94the streaming music company cut its revenue estimate for the year and shook up its board.sealed air corp., down $4.11 to $42.30the packaging company slashed its 2017 forecasts after its first-qua