Debt Validation is a process of someone challenging a debt collector (collection agency or attorney) to provide written proof of the debt. Why You Should Care About Debt Validation? Have you ever wondered why a collection agency is legally allowed to collect your debt on behalf of the original creditor? Think of it in these […]
Yahoo’s Spend on ID Theft Protection in 2014: Not Too Bad
Yahoo recently, and by recently we mean a few years ago, started realizing the potential threats of identity theft. Because of this, they decided to invest in some form of #IDtheftprotection for their CEO, Marissa Mayer. In the year 2014, Yahoo had spent approximately $26,891 to keep her identity secure. Kind of seems like pocket money from a multi-billion dollar company. Is that really enough to keep this head of a huge companies identity safe?
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The Millennial Cry For Help: Health Insurance
Health Insurance. WHAT!? Did you say HEALTH INSURANCE???? What's that? What's the right one for me? It raises a ton of questions, and when it comes to health insurance and #millennials , it doesn't come as a surprise that most of them don't know what it is, or how to get the right kind. Of 1,131 millennials polled, a huge percent, were talking 29% of millennials, received financial support and help from their parents when it came to getting health insurance. Were talking 328 people getting help from Mom and Dad. We don't blame them though., it's tough making sure you get the right kind, and that's why we have these offers for you.
Millennials aren’t as independent as we thought they were! Here are 4 statistics/facts about millennials and financial support. Click here for more info.
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Millennials are a difficult topic to talk about. Baby Boomers seem to hate them, others seem to love them, and the small generation in between just seems to be confused by them. I mean, you can’t please everybody, right? They are seen to be this new generation of kids who are independent, free-spirited, and have passion for everything. But did […]
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ShareFollow Us Hundreds of years ago, you could argue that life was a lot different than life now. Culture, beliefs, mindsets, and personalities were nothing like what they are today. One of the biggest differences between then and now, is the idea and practice of slavery. Slavery was “abolished” in the 1800’s, or so we thought. Once the 13th Amendment was passed, we believed that things had finally been worked out, and that this outrageous concept was no more. According…
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What the MINIMUM Wage Is for U.S. Prisoners Today
Minimum wage is something that everyone dreads hearing, mostly because it's not typically enough for the amount of work that you're putting into your job, or at least you feel that way. Well, in some states, minimum wage for prisoners working is just that, the bare minimum. In the state of Nevada, prisoners make around $0.13 an hour. However, in other states, such as Texas and Georgia, they show no mercy. The MAXIMUM wage for a day of work for a prisoner is $0 a day. The average wage for a days worth of work is anywhere between $0.93 and $4.93, which is about half of one hours worth of work anywhere else.
Thought slavery was abolished in the 1800’s? Think again. Slavery is still among us today, and affecting the U.S. job market. Click here to learn more.
What about it? Well, it just so happens that while your army ranger of a son or daughter’s serving the country, that same hopeful of yours actually can qualify quite easily for a grant going toward education: the Pell Grant. And getting qualified for the Pell Grant’s quite easy — if you know where to look […]
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Just How Long Will We Have to Wait Before Getting Those New Computer Chip Credit Cards?
#ITPN has the know on this one. We're sure you've heard about the announced transition. Long gone will the magnetic strips be on those credit cards, replaced by that familiar shiny 'square' on the card. What is that 'square'?
That's the computer chip. And it's designed to read the transaction very much like how the magnetic strip does, only safer and easier.
Here's the thing, though: it's going to take a bit of a while before we can see those cards in our hands and start using them. Only 40% of cardholders at this moment most likely carry credit cards with the computer chips. The other 60% still have to sit around and wait for at least several months.
That, of course, isn't much of a bother. After all, your plastic still works. So why stress?
Keep in mind that this is going to be a DRASTIC change as you find your plastic incorporating credit card chip technology. But that’s a good thing!