Scam on Bankruptcy Filers

http://www.uscourts.gov/news/2015/10/20/scam-targets-bankruptcy-filers Phone scammers are targeting bankruptcy filers in several states, using personal information from filings and posing as attorney...

Weather – enjoy summer

As summer is finally upon us remember some key safety tips to keep you and yours cool and protected. 1.  wear sunscreen.  If you are fair, like me, you have likely been told that you should wear it ...

Collection Scammers Stopped!!

The FTC shuts down sleazy debt collectors and forces them to refund money falsely collected by them.   A settlement was reached with Asset and Capital Management Group to refund nearly $4 million do...

Employment Concerns

“I’m afraid I will have too much on my plate and it will cause me to burn out.” “I am terrified I will make the biggest mistake out of anyone in the office.” “I’m afraid of confrontation...

Blogging can be fun

So as you all know I am new to the blogosphere or whatever the cool kids call it these days.  I have just learned how easy it is to spout nonsense with my winter weather blog.  If you missed it you ...

Stay warm in winter weather

Welcome to northeastern Ohio.  The high this afternoon is forecasted to be negative five degrees (-5) and you do not want to leave the house.  Well neither do I, but I have to so here are some tips....

Student Loans and Bankruptcy

What if I have a student loan? Student loans are generally unsecured debts, and are not treated any differently from debts owed to other unsecured creditors. However, Congress has passed laws that aff...

Car Sales Lower

Driving a Clunker and need a new car, or driving a 2013 and looking for a 2015? This is the question that auto industries are going to have to start answering within the coming months.  An article wr...

Victims of Abuse

Domestic Violence is a scary and much avoided topic.  The first thing to recognize is that domestic violence is not a gender specific form of abuse.  Men and women alike are able to fall victim to d...

Hiring for New Jobs is Slow

Since the Great Recession, which began in 2007, our economy has plummeted and been again on the rise.  It is common to hear that things in our economy are looking up from where we were six years ago....