How to know the difference between legitimate debt collections and scams

Updated Sun, Jan 31 2021Megan DeMatteo It’s becoming increasingly difficult to tell the difference between a real business and a scam. Chances are, you’ve been on the receiving end of a suspicious phone call before, where someone posed as a legitimate representative in order to try to get your information. Sometimes, scammers give themselves awayContinue reading “How to know the difference between legitimate debt collections and scams”

How To Actually Teach Your Kid The Value Of Money

Raising a financially literate child doesn’t have to be difficult.By Taylor Pittman In a world of credit cards, online banking, tax codes, investments and retirement plans, keeping up with money can be tough for adults, and even more so for kids. So, for the many parents who want to teach their kid economic ideas and prepareContinue reading “How To Actually Teach Your Kid The Value Of Money”

Pre-emption

United States history: WRITTEN BY: The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica Title: squatter’s rights. Preemption, also called Squatter’s Rights, in U.S. history, policy by which first settlers, or “squatters,” on public lands could purchase the property they had improved. Squatters who settled on and improved surveyed land were at risk that when the land was surveyed and put up forContinue reading “Pre-emption”

Highlighting Heirs’ Property Ownership and Land Loss

by Teresa Jackson, SRS Public Affairs  •  July 30, 2020 ETHICS & VALUES FOREST LANDOWNERS HEIRS’ PROPERTY INTEGRATING HUMAN & NATURAL SYSTEMS A USDA Forest Service publication on heirs’ property ownership across the southern U.S. highlights a kind of land ownership prevalent among lower wealth, African Americans in the Black Belt South, central Appalachian whites, and Hispanic Americans inContinue reading “Highlighting Heirs’ Property Ownership and Land Loss”

Estate Planning: A 7-Step Checklist of the Basics

Here’s what estate planning is and 7 things you can do to get started. KAY BELLNov. 14, 2020Estate Planning, Income Taxes, Investing, Personal Taxes, Taxes Many or all of the products featured here are from our partners who compensate us. This may influence which products we write about and where and how the product appears on a page. However,Continue reading “Estate Planning: A 7-Step Checklist of the Basics”

As the economic fallout of the pandemic continues to unfold, banks are rushing to close credit card accounts or slash credit limits to curb their risk.

“These are really big numbers,” said Matt Schulz, chief industry analyst at CompareCards. “It means that an awful lot of Americans had one of their financial security nets taken out from under them in one of the most difficult economic times in American history.” 1 in 5 cardholders saw a credit decrease of at leastContinue reading “As the economic fallout of the pandemic continues to unfold, banks are rushing to close credit card accounts or slash credit limits to curb their risk.”

Apple could announce move to put its own chips in Macs during WWDC event: report – MarketWatch

Apple Inc. undefined could make an announcement as soon as this month about its plans to put its own main processors in its Mac computers, according to a… — Read on http://www.marketwatch.com/story/apple-could-announce-move-to-put-its-own-chips-in-macs-during-wwdc-event-report-2020-06-09