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Sorry Doesn’t Cut It

You've heard it in countless country songs, movies and maybe even your own life? ''Sorry doesn't cut it.'' So why is it that people think they can get away with a simple ''sorry,'' no matter how heartfelt? According to a Newsday article, one Long...

More Than a Dime a Dozen

The idiom ''A Dime a Dozen'' refers to something that is easy to come by or common. It could also refer to the price of a dozen eggs way back in the 19th century, but today's reference for the expression points to one bad...

No More Crimes without Fines

When a criminal steals something from a store – let's say an expensive piece of jewelry – he or she usually is required to provide restitution (i.e., give the item back) and receive a punishment, such as a heavy fine and/or jail time. That's...

Taking Generosity Too Far

Listen to this Story Unemployment benefits were created to help people who recently lost their jobs manage expenses as they look for new opportunities. (Therefore, it should go without saying that in order to qualify for unemployment insurance, the...

Dialing for Dollars

It's doubtful that the Pawtucket, Rhode Island, man who was caught collecting more than $7,000 in unemployment insurance while employed, had any idea that the state keeps a prosecutor on-staff solely for these types of cases. (Unfortunately for him, it does.) A press release...

Ready, Willing and Able to Defraud

Unemployment benefits are intended to provide temporary financial assistance to people who are eligible to work, but have lost their job through no fault of their own. Beneficiaries of this program are usually American citizens, but non-permanent residents who have lost their jobs...

Three of a Kind

Listen to this Story Disciplines and interests as diverse as writing, computer science, mathematics and medicinal chemistry have their own meanings for the ''rule of three.'' In Alabama, ''the rule of three'' turned up when the rule of law...

A Family Affair

Family businesses are good for the community. Local residents invest in products and services provided by these hometown business owners, who in turn pour money back into the local economy. (Better schools, roads and parks are built, making small towns and cities across...

Hand in the Cookie Jar

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) exists to promote economic growth within the state by linking businesses with a knowledgeable and skilled workforce. They also have the responsibility to make sure that people, who are collecting unemployment benefits while searching for a job,...

The Many Faces of Unemployment Fraud

Many people have heard of unemployment fraud, but they may not be aware that it can take on so many different forms. When we think of UI fraud, we probably envision someone who is collecting unemployment but working "under the table" for cash, working...

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