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  • Vehicle Purchased From Soldier Abroad

    Vehicle Purchased From Soldier Abroad
    Far from home while deployed in the army in Afghanistan, Wesley McCracken was nevertheless able to prepare for his return home while still abroad.
  • Tips for buying a used motorcycle

    - Start with the type of motorcycle you want. Narrowing the field to a specific type, brand or model of bike makes it easier to research particular items -Although a dealership can be more expensive, it can provide assurances a private seller can't. Ask...

    Wedding industry experts share savvy saves for commonplace do-it-yourself wedding snafus

    Wedding industry experts share savvy saves for commonplace do-it-yourself wedding snafus
    When it comes to weddings, the DIY route may save you money and is ideal for personalizing your event – but there are occasionally hiccups along the way. Here are four possible conundrums you might come up against, with smart solutions. 1. You can...

    Retailers, carriers improve holiday shipping performance

    After last year's holiday delivery debacle, more retailers managed to keep their shipping promises this season as they and their carriers adapt to the rising tide of online shopping. Two companies that tested whether last-minute online purchases would...

    U.S. Postal Service eyes e-commerce to offset declining mail

    U.S. Postal Service eyes e-commerce to offset declining mail
    Facing a slump in the mail it had been delivering since the days of America's Revolutionary War, in 2012 the U.S. Postal Service began aggressively targeting e-commerce and lapsed customers as the way to salvage its declining business. "Really it started...