Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Kneading Dough vs. Needing Dough

Listen to this Story In order to make pizza dough, rolls or any type of bread in general, you must know how to knead or work the dough so that all of the ingredients get mixed in a uniform...

Juggling Too Many Balls

Juggling can be described as a skill that involves the manipulation of many objects at one time. (It takes a great deal of dexterity to not drop the items being tossed around.) A story posted on Patch.com tells about a man who manipulated three...

The $800,000 Unemployment Fraud Scam

Typically, articles exposing unemployment fraud involve individuals who falsely claim unemployment benefits to which they are not entitled. Fraudsters may lie on their application and say they are unemployed when – in truth – they already have a job, or they simply fail to...

Making a Good Choice

Tax season is around the corner once again, and I can't stress enough how important it is to choose an honest and reliable tax preparer if you are not completing your own forms. The Monterey County Herald details a story about a woman...

Caught in the Act

A picture is worth a thousand words and in the case of one California fraudster, one word – ''guilty.'' According to an article in the Daily Press, video surveillance led to the conviction of an out-of-work woman who tried to collect workers' compensation benefits...

High Priority

The government places a high priority on preventing the loss of Medicare health care dollars, particularly in the area of durable medical equipment (DME) where services and supplies offered are vulnerable to fraud. An article published by the Daily Breeze tells about a registered...
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