Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Large, But Not In Charge

There are times when being recognized for a large accomplishment is good, such as collecting the most amount of money for charity. On the other hand, being recognized for something on a big scale also can be a bad thing. An article posted on...

Fraudsters Scam Community Colleges and Feds out of Student Aid

Remember the days when students applied to college, filled out a hard copy of their student loan application and sent it in by mail? Those days are long gone, but students still need financial aid. The difference is that today they apply for it...

A Fake Institution

The term ''Diploma Mill'' refers to an unaccredited institution of higher learning that offers a degree, diploma or certificate for a fee. The credential received usually requires little or no work and is generally worthless. According to an article in the San...

You Know Where You Work, Right?

Every job has its quirks. Some companies have good benefits; others don't. Some organizations have a clear chain of command while others rely on a decentralized structure. But, as a general rule, employees know the physical location where they work and...

Crashing the Fraudster’s Free Ride

Times are tough, and many rely on benefits from government programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to get by. Those who are eligible for SNAP, receive Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards loaded with funds to buy groceries. This system relies on both...

Did You Learn Anything?

Did you ever come home from school and have your parents ask you? ''Did you learn anything today?'? If so, they were probably attempting to teach you that we learn something new every day, whether that ''new thing'' is big or small, or barely...
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