Friday, February 23, 2018

Dropped the Weight

If you've ever been to a gym, I'm sure you've noticed the breakdown of gym-goers. For one, you have the weightlifters, usually with big muscles and egos to match. Second, you'll find the busy moms, multitasking on a treadmill or stair-master while reading and...

Put It in the Bank

Do you remember saving money as a child? You might get a little money here and there for a birthday or celebratory occasion, and it would often be followed by an adult saying, ''Now, you put that in the bank and save it.'? Putting...

A Tough Market

Breaking into a market with the goal of making a profit can be a challenging, arduous task. To ensure consumers will purchase the product and/or service that you are selling, you'll need to differentiate yourself in the market. According to a Dayton Daily News...

It Hits the Employees at the End of the Day

When an employee signs a contract to commence work for an employer, there is usually a sense of trust that is instilled between both parties. The employer expects the employee to act in the best interest of the company, show loyalty to the company...

Double Identities

When it comes to applying for and receiving government benefits, our identities play a pretty important role. On paper and online our Social Security numbers (SSN), our birthday, our name and our address define who we are and, frankly, where the agency should send...

The Black Market of Food Stamps

You've heard of drug dealers and arms dealers, but what about food stamp dealers? It's hard to imagine that shady exchange in the alley being over something as innocuous as an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card, but that's not far from the truth in...

A Few Bad Apples

Most state employees are honest, hard-working people who go to work every day with the intention of doing their jobs to the best of their ability in service to the state and its taxpayers. And then...there are a few bad apples? those who misuse...

Prosecutor Cracks Down on Welfare Fraud

All too often people who are caught committing welfare fraud face few consequences – maybe they are assessed a small fine or do a short stint in jail. According to KBAK/KBFX's BakersfieldNow.com, at least one prosecutor is cracking down on welfare fraud—Kern County District...
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