Privacy is not something we don’t put a whole lot of thought or effort into maintaining, but maybe we should. We seldom realize the value of something until it’s been lost.
Buying online? Here’s how to still avoid sales tax if you’re willing to go to the extra effort.
The fourth in a series of posts about ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber’s refreshing candor about how the law’s authors deceived the public.
As one who’s been the victim of identity theft (twice), I can tell you I’d rather go to the dentist. It’s a real pain trying to fix things after someone has purloined your credit card information. On Cyber Monday — or any day of the year for that matter — you […]
In an epidemic that so far shows no signs of abating, crooks have submitted billions of dollars in fraudulent refund claims to the Internal Revenue Service using the stolen names and Social Security numbers of more than a million real people. Those whose identities are hijacked must often spend months dancing with the IRS and waiting for their refunds. Based on recent court cases, here are 10 ways you can become a victim—without doing anything careless like answering a phishing email. By Janet Novack
For as long as smartphones have existed, cell carriers have been pre-loading apps on them in hopes of maximizing per-handset revenue, via navigation apps, video services, music downloads, and other recipes. And, for the most part, people dealt with it; most users didn’t know that there would be an alternative […]
1. Ace Your Midterms Companies say a great deal about how they look at a candidate holistically, but when you are still in college and do not have much experience, nothing speaks more to your work ethic and your mind than your GPA. Some companies have a GPA filter, so they […]
A look at why diamonds have become so attractive to Asian investors. BBC’s Ali Moore speaks with the chief executive of Antwerp World Diamond Centre.
Submitted by Cary Wedler via Alt-Market.com,
A recently published FBI report accidentally proves that while the police claim cops face growing threats from rowdy populations–like in Ferguson–the opposite is true. The report presents law enforcement deaths in 2013.
The report found that across the entire country, only 76 LEOs were killed in “line-of-duty” incidents. 27 died as a result of “felonious” acts and 49 officers died in accidents–namely, automobile (ironically, of the 23 killed in car accidents, 14 were not wearing seat belts–a violation for which cops routinely ticket drivers). More officers die from accidents than actual murders on the job. The report also