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Employer Notification Sample Form

Healthcare Notices – Must be provided to employees by Oct. 1st, 2013. Notice for Employers with Plans Notice For Employers Without Plans

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“The market should determine which businesses thrive and which businesses disappear.”

An editorial of note published in the Tuscaloosa News last week entitled, “City shouldn’t block legal businesses” made some interesting points.  The best quote was: “But as a rule, the market should determine which businesses thrive and which businesses disappear. … Continue reading

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Be On The Lookout for This Type of Scam

A story from Ohio sheds lights on a new scam impacting customers.  One customer, according to the Salem News:   “received a call from a person claiming to be an attorney for a payday loan company. He was advised to … Continue reading

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Pierce County Herald (WI) – Scam Alert Editorial

An editorial titled “Don’t fall prey to scammers” appeared in today’s Pierce County Herald  (WI) and it does a good job of detailing the different financial scams that consumers should avoid. You can read the editorial here.

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Another Phone Scam to Watch Out For

This time from an article in the  St. Augustine Record (Florida): “A man was the victim of an apparent “payday scam” last week, according to a St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office report. The man said he lost nearly $1,000 over … Continue reading

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People with financial struggles — not just “the poor” — sometimes need to take out a loan

A  letter to the editor in Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader today tells of the need for small dollar, short-term loans. Some of the key points include: “The U.N.’s definition of poverty includes lack of access to credit, and this “payday” initiative … Continue reading

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Clergy Letter Describes Need for Short-Term Credit Options

Below is a letter printed in the Kansas City Star, written by a member of the clergy, that reviews the need for short-term credit options in our communities.   As a pastor of a mostly African American congregation, I don’t … Continue reading

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