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Seeking to capture Gen X dollars? Find out where to find those with the highest total income. The post Gen X Households with High Total Income appeared first on Equifax Data-driven Marketing.
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Baby Boomers represent about 37.5% of U.S. households and with their healthy wallets, you might want to know a bit more about their finances and where you can reach them. Check out this...
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