The Best Ways to Say Thanks

By TD Bank, Special for  USDR

The world is going digital, but 84 percent of people still prefer an in-person thank you, especially if it’s accompanied by a gift, according to a recent survey by TD Bank. The study found that people of all ages think a face-to-face thanks is best, leaving the value of a phone call, email and text in the  dust.

Regardless of how gratitude is expressed, consumers across all age groups agree that appreciation should be conveyed by saying thanks directly to the individual recipient (60 percent) and personalized (44  percent).