Medical Testing: Free or Fraudulent?
My doctor's office called...Well, I think it was my doctor's office. Who called me doesn't matter, all I know is I'm gonna get free medical testing and save a ton of money. My appointment is at noon.
How to Fact Check Coronavirus Information
So, how do you determine what is factual, useful, misleading or false when it comes to the Coronavirus?
Start Your Own Business – Profits Guaranteed!
Envelope stuffing, simple product assembly, and medical billing services are always in demand. Don't believe me?
Coronavirus Charity Scams? Spot Them with These Tips
Coronavirus is impacting all facets of life. There are some good charities out there helping. There are also scam charities popping up all the time.
Over 90 Million Coronavirus-Impacted Kids Need Financial Literacy Now.
Did you know? Thousands of financial literacy resources have been developed for young people. But virtually none are based on teaching the most critical financial literacy skill: they don't teach skepticism.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Predators
There's a lot at stake these days, maybe more than ever before, so we have to stay vigilant against attempts to sway us without our knowledge and against our will.
Learn About Your Rights as a Tenant
Almost every state has a version of the Landlord and Tenant Act. These laws define the rights and responsibilities of a tenant and a landlord.
How to See through the Schemes of Fraudsters
It makes it easier for them to mastermind their next plan of attack. These crooks understand that when fear is present, so is an opportunity.
Finding Legal Help
A legal aid or legal services office provides legal help to people who can't afford a lawyer.
Talking About a Rip-Off!
Have you ever been scammed? It's terrible, no matter how much money you lose. But how do scams happen, and what can you learn from others who have been through this before?
What Makes a Source Trustworthy?
Fake News. Newsfeed bubbles. Partisanship. We hear a lot about bias these days, from just about every direction! Isn't it unavoidable?
IRS Extends Filing Deadline. Should You Wait?
The IRS has extended the federal income tax filing due date to July 15, 2020. This applies to all taxpayers. You don't have to apply for this extension.
Finding Rent or Housing Assistance
If you need help paying the rent, paying utilities or finding a new place to live there are various government agencies, non-profit organizations, and charities...
These Sites and Articles May Help You Weather the Impact of the Coronavirus
Some of these are from major newspapers which are providing free access to many articles.
How Much Do You Spend on Subscriptions in a Year?
By taking the time to review all of your subscriptions and recurring payments, you can reduce unnecessary spending and increase your savings.
You're Hired! Oops – There's No Openings!
It's hard to land a government or postal service job. At least that's what many people believe.
Do You Need a VPN (Virtual Private Network)?
A VPN creates a secure connection between you and the internet. If you install a VPN client, and connect to the internet, all your internet traffic will be sent through an encrypted virtual tunnel.
Do You Know These 8 Coronavirus Scams and Myths?
Crisis and disaster headlines typically generate misinformation and scammers try to take advantage of the situation. The novel coronavirus is no different.
There's a New W-4 for 2020. Here's What You Need to Know.
Your employer may ask you to complete the new W-4 but cannot require you to do so.