LANSING – Miranda Piersol, an Oakland County resident with solid experience in sales and retail, has joined Michigan Retailers Association (MRA) as business development representative in Southeast Michigan.
She becomes the key local contact for members and prospective members in the counties of Oakland,
Ray Gronevelt and Mike McDonald, both financial planners with AAA Michigan, provided the following answer to this important question.
Every retail business should have a plan that ensures the business is secure in the event an owner or a partner dies unexpectedly or becomes permanently disabled and can no longer participate in the business.
Early signs point to ApplePay indeed becoming the predicted “rising tide” that floats all payment boats, at least the contactless ones.
With the recent rollout of Apple’s new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus,
LANSING – James P. Hallan, president and CEO of Michigan Retailers Association (MRA), issued the following statement following legislative approval of Michigan Main Street Fairness legislation that MRA has strongly advocated for years:
“We are extremely pleased that lawmakers passed Main Street Fairness legislation,
Lame-duck session ends after passing Main Street Fairness
The 97th Michigan Legislature wrapped up its lame-duck session shortly before 7 a.m. today and delivered a huge victory for retailers before adjourning.
An Arthur Andersen study showed that most small stores are open about 50 hours a week, with 10 of those hours outside the 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. window.
With the rise in two-income and single-parent households,