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How Can Federal Aid Reserved For You Be “Misused”?

Last updated: May 22, 2012 by

When lobbyists push for legislation, they are expected to use their own money. They have to shoulder the expenses of promoting new laws for their own agendas. You want change the law for your own benefit? Then spend your money convincing the government that your arguments are valid. This is perfectly legal – unless you… Read more »

What Do You Do When Nobody Offers Health Care To Your Kids?

Last updated: April 5, 2012 by

Thanks to health care reform being passed in 20101, children can no longer be denied health insurance coverage because of their pre-existing conditions. That should be a good thing, except insurance providers found a loophole to exploit. Stop offering coverage for children altogether. It’s a typical lazy response to issues like this: if you stand… Read more »

Who REALLY Eats Up Government Benefits?

Last updated: April 2, 2012 by

When it comes to budget shortfalls, a lot of people have been pointing fingers here and there. One of the main points being pushed is that we are encouraging Americans to be lazy freeloaders; choosing to stay unemployed instead of finding work. This pitch has been escalating now that the political competition is heating up… Read more »

Late Night Shifts, Late Night Childcare

Last updated: March 31, 2012 by

The realities of today’s economy weigh down hard on everybody, especially single mothers who do not have a partner to help them in childcare. You have to grab whatever job you can find out there, even if it involves staying out until sun comes up. This is where 24-hour childcare centers come in. “Leaving your… Read more »

IRS Offering Two Solutions for Struggling Taxpayers

Last updated: March 28, 2012 by

The Internal Revenue System has always been tough on tax collections, but lucky for us that it offers some sort of relief for those having problems paying off their taxes. “We have an obligation to work with taxpayers who are struggling to make ends meet,” says Douglas H. Shulman, IRS commissioner. It is for this… Read more »