Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Making A Statement

People have been known to do some crazy things to get their point across. An article published in The Denver Post tells what happened to three Colorado Springs residents who stated they were only trying to make a political point by filing false documents...

Alert to Looted Treasures

Listen to this Story Antiquities dealers who sell exotic works often acquire them from other countries. Collectors can write off the value of paintings that they donate to museums on their taxes. But what happens when dealers smuggle stolen...

A Piece of the Pizza Pie

No matter how you slice it, pizza is one of America's favorite meals. It's easy to make a phone call to a pizza delivery service or bake a frozen pizza pie when time is short. And let's not forget that a cold piece of...

Biting Off More Than Can Be Chewed

Sometimes, a person who bites off more than he or she can chew can get into some big trouble. An article published in The Roanoke Times is not talking about a person who ate too much, but a woman who got in over her...

Scars of Poverty

The scars of childhood poverty can have a profound impact on a person as they age. Even though financial security may be achieved later in life, the effects of poverty experienced early in life are often long-lasting. This may have been the case for...

Fraud Playbook

Every football coach uses a playbook to help them formulate a winning game plan. Players study, memorize and practice the playbook 's offensive and defensive plays so they can beat their opponents. A North Carolina businessman, who ran two financial and investment services companies...

No One Likes a Manipulator

A manipulative person is one who likes to control or have power over another person or thing. You might also refer to a manipulator as scheming, devious or unscrupulous. The Website, SurfKY.com, details the story of a Brooklyn man who manipulated the numbers...

A Taxing Situation

Businesses often seek employer contract services from staff-leasing firms to decrease administrative burdens. These firms help small and mid-size businesses that don't have adequate staff to lessen their paperwork load and better manage their resources. But, if due diligence is not performed...

Executive Decision

There are times when an executive decision must be made. (The head honcho is often required to make tough decisions to ensure an organization survives and meets its mission.) A press release published by the Department of Justice tells the story of a corporate...

Stranded by Fraud

Truck drivers have a tough job. They work long hours hauling their loads across country through all kinds of driving conditions. They also spend weeks on the road living in a space the size of a walk-in closet. (That does not sound like much...
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