Where are Millennials moving? Look to Texas, Florida, Colorado

Lots of people are moving to Texas — and Houston in particular — and the same goes for Millennials.

A study from the Brookings Institution found that Houston, Austin and San Antonio are among the 10 cities that saw the largest increase in Millennials…

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Winter Olympics will cost companies $1.7B in productivity

With the 2018 Winter Olympic Games kicking off in Pyeongchang, South Korea, some managers will find themselves competing for staffers’ attention.

More than half – 56 percent – of employees say they plan to watch this year’s Olympics, with 7 percent a…

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Where does Texas rank among the best states to retire?

Retirement may mark the end of a career, but it’s also a time for new beginnings.

For those thinking of relocating, WalletHub ranked the best states for retirement based on factors such as affordability, available health care and quality of life. 


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Texas still No. 1 destination for those moving within U.S., U-Haul says

2017 was a big year for those moving to Texas, as the Lone Star state continued its reign as America’s No. 1 growth state, according to a report from U-Haul.

Year-over-year arrivals of one-way trucks in Texas rose 1 percent in last year, while departu…

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Houston among best and worst cities for maintaining New Year’s resolutions

Failure to stick to a New Year’s resolution could be because of low motivation, but location could also be to blame.

Neighborhoods with few fitness centers or several fast food restaurants can impede a person’s self-improvement goals, especially if en…

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How does Texas rate for charitable giving?

Even in the midst of last-minute shopping and holiday prep, many people ramp up their charitable donations.

But that may not be the case in Texas, according to findings by WalletHub.

Thirty-one percent of all annual giving occurs in December, and 12…

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