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My suffix is growing.
My infix is packing.
My prefix is moving.
My whole is earning.

Hint upon request:

A good Riley riddle has layers, and so I have layers.

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I believe you are a:

CABBAGE!

My suffix is growing.

One's AGE is always growing, increasing by the second...

My infix is packing.

A BAG can be used for packing (e.g. at the supermarket, or when going away on holiday).

My prefix is moving.

A (taxi-)CAB can often be seen moving around large cities.

My whole is earning.

CABBAGE is also a slang term for money, which you can earn.

As for the title:

Cabbages have leaves! (And as for the hint: These leaves are layered!)

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Could be

wages

My suffix is growing:

ages

My infix is packing:

AGE Industries

My prefix is moving:

wag

My whole is earning:

wages

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Is it maybe

Proceeds?

My suffix is growing

"ceeds". A wordplay on seeds.

My infix is packing

CE. Is this referring to CE?

My prefix is moving

proceed. Synonym for move forward

My whole is earning

proceeds

The title:

Goodbye. A wordplay on good buy

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