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  • Money Monday: Baton Rouge thrift store expands

    Money Monday: Baton Rouge thrift store expands

    Tuesday, December 15 2015 10:43 AM EST2015-12-15 15:43:52 GMT
    Tuesday, December 15 2015 11:15 AM EST2015-12-15 16:15:31 GMT
    Here Today Gone Tomorrow (Source: WAFB)Here Today Gone Tomorrow (Source: WAFB)

    Just in time for the holidays, “Here Today Gone Tomorrow” has opened a new addition along Burbank Drive in Baton Rouge called “The Retro Room.”   Director of

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    Just in time for the holidays, "Here Today Gone Tomorrow" has opened a new addition along Burbank Drive in Baton Rouge called "The Retro Room." Director of Operations, Debbie Staples says she and other employees have worked on the thrift store expansion for a year.

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  • Money Monday: Small Business Saturday

    Money Monday: Small Business Saturday

    Monday, November 23 2015 2:19 PM EST2015-11-23 19:19:55 GMT
    Monday, November 23 2015 10:55 PM EST2015-11-24 03:55:18 GMT

    For the fifth year in a row, American Express is holding Small Business Saturday nationwide to support smaller companies in the United States the weekend after Thanksgiving.

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    For the fifth year in a row, American Express is holding Small Business Saturday nationwide to support smaller companies in the United States the weekend after Thanksgiving.

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  • Money Monday: Changes to unemployment benefits

    Money Monday: Changes to unemployment benefits

    Monday, October 26 2015 1:55 PM EDT2015-10-26 17:55:46 GMT
    Monday, October 26 2015 11:57 PM EDT2015-10-27 03:57:54 GMT
    Starting Tuesday, October 27, Louisiana residents who receive unemployment benefits by debit card will have to change their form of payment online to direct deposit banking. Otherwise, the Louisiana Workforce Commission said the benefits will be delivered as a paper check through the U.S. Postal Service. More >>
    Starting Tuesday, October 27, Louisiana residents who receive unemployment benefits by debit card will have to change their form of payment online to direct deposit banking. Otherwise, the Louisiana Workforce Commission said the benefits will be delivered as a paper check through the U.S. Postal Service. More >>
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