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Easy Tips to Manage Your Children’s Health

Easy Tips to Manage Your Children’s Health

As reported in USA.gov, Easy Tips to Manage Your Children’s Health, there are several good tips and suggestions to keep in mind. Keeping your kids healthy is one of your top priorities as a parent, but it’s not always an easy task. Between staying on top of their normal checkups and trying to get them […]

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Online Security Tips – It’s as easy as 1-2-3 (Stop, Think, Connect)

Online Security Tips – It’s as easy as 1-2-3 (Stop, Think, Connect)

As noted by USA.gov, Cyber crimes come in a variety of forms, including identity theft, fraud, and viruses. Reduce your chances of becoming a victim by taking these important steps online: 1. Set strong passwords, change them regularly, and don’t share them with others. 2. Keep your operating system, browser, and other critical software optimized […]

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Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence

Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence

As reported in USA.gov, Domestic violence is a type of abuse in which someone close to you is hurting you. If you have a partner or spouse who abuses you emotionally, physically, and/or sexually, get help. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. For information about local shelters and other resources, call the National […]

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Keep Everyone Healthy This Winter with These Flu Tips

Keep Everyone Healthy This Winter with These Flu Tips

As fall becomes winter, not only do the warm coats and scarves come out, but common illnesses such as colds and the flu join us too. While you can’t always avoid getting the flu, there is plenty you can do now to help you and your family prevent the pesky sickness. USA.gov rounded up these […]

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Celebrating National Women’s Small Business Month

Celebrating National Women’s Small Business Month

As reported by USA.gov, Celebrating National Women’s Small Business Month, October marked a very important milestone for women and the SBA as we celebrated National Women’s Small Business Month and the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Women’s Business Ownership Act of 1988, which established the Women’s Business Center Program and the National Women’s […]

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USA.gov offers tips to prevent poisonings

USA.gov offers tips to prevent poisonings

In USA.gov, “Tips to Prevent Poisonings, there is a startling statistic – – every day, 87 people in the U.S. die as a result of unintentional poisoning and more than 2,200 are treated in emergency rooms. Most of these poisonings occur in people’s homes. Get tips to prevent poisonings, including: Never take larger or more […]

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USA.gov – We Invite You to Visit MedlinePlus for Trusted Health Information

USA.gov – We Invite You to Visit MedlinePlus for Trusted Health Information

I’ve become quite a fan of USA.gov, for the useful information provided.  Here’s another that got my attention. Do you know MedlinePlus.gov? It’s the National Institutes of Health’s award-winning website for patients and their families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, MedlinePlus.gov provides reliable information about conditions, diseases and healthy living. MedlinePlus.gov […]

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What You Need to Know about the 2013 Tax Season

What You Need to Know about the 2013 Tax Season

I have become a fan of USA.gov, and the advice it gives on a variety of topics.  Here’s the e-mail I received with some useful tips and pointers. When it comes to tax season, every year is a little different. Laws change, some benefits kick in while others end, and natural disasters can have an […]

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Government Pushes Paperless Payments

Government Pushes Paperless Payments

As reported in the WS Journal, the deadline to switch over to electronic Social Security payments is looming—but it’s not as firm as it once was. March 1 is the official deadline for those receiving paper checks for benefits, including Social Security, veterans and Supplemental Security Income, to switch to an electronic-payment method. But the […]

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Keep Stress Under Control

Keep Stress Under Control

Editor’s Note:  Advice well worth mentioning in the context of what is important in life, USA.gov offers useful suggestions and controlling stress.  I often think of that famous line, God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the […]

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USA.gov – good advice for retirement planning

USA.gov – good advice for retirement planning

Editor’s Note:  I’ve previously blogged on the advice and information I found from USA.gov, and I’m becoming a fan that website.  Here’s another article about creating a personal savings plan and preparing for retirement with some excerpts. Create a personal savings plan and prepare for retirement with Savings Fitness: A Guide to Your Money and […]

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More on Robocalls – How to Avoid Them and What to Do When You Get One

More on Robocalls – How to Avoid Them and What to Do When You Get One

Editor’s Note:  we recently blogged on “What To Do If You Receive A Robocall,” and as a follow up to that, the SBA issued another blog entitled “More on Robocalls – How to Avoid Them and What to Do When You Get One.”  Here’s the short blog article and the link to the Federal Trade […]

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IRS shares Government resources for small businesses

IRS shares Government resources for small businesses

Editor’s Note:  a very valuable resource for the small business owners can be found at the following link, entitled “Other Government Resources,” where IRS shares links to a broad range of information from other federal, state and local agencies all in one spot.  Here are some of the links: Department of Agriculture – Office of […]

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What To Do If You Receive a Robocall

What To Do If You Receive a Robocall

Editor’s Note:  as we all know, robocalls or unsolicited telephone calls are a virtual pain in more ways than one.  Here’s some good advice from our Government at usa.gov: What To Do If You Receive a Robocall If you’re sick of hearing an automated message when you pick up your phone, you’ll be happy to […]

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Meet Paul Raymond

Meet Paul Raymond

Mr. Raymond is a sought after speaker in tax controversy law by many attorney, accountant, and business groups and at the request of the Internal Revenue Service, has presented programs at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attended by tax professionals throughout the United States.

Additionally, he continues to be an active member in the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, where he was the Past Chair of the Employment Taxes Committee.

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