Financially stressed? Desperate to make ends meet? So how far would you go to make some extra cash? In this still tough economy, there’s a new alternative income gaining in popularity that was once thought to be a social stigma.
The head of Florida’s Supermarket food safety inspections now worries about forced cut backs on the number of sanitation checks Statewide following budget cuts that have left the program with fewer inspectors.
In a struggling economy, more and more people are forced to use almost every penny from their paycheck to make ends meet.
Sure they are free, but some of the most popular mobile apps could be tracking your every move and revealing your personal and financial data.
Prosecutors have uncovered 21 people, based out of local clinics, involved in elaborate scams that totaled almost half a million dollars in phony medical bills.
Shopping online in an effort to dodge sales tax may soon come to an end.
Scammers have found a new way to drain a target’s savings without going after their bank account. They’re making use of “pre-paid” cards which more people are using to buy things and pay bills.
The decision about a bill which will potentially overhaul of Citizens Property Insurance Corp is headed for final vote in the Senate and it could drastically determine how much you pay for your homeowners insurance.
For the first time, lawmakers in the U.S. Senate unveiled how they plan to stop a growing national scam that’s stolen billions of dollars in tax money from Uncle Sam and legitimate taxpayers alike: tax refund fraud.
Facebook just pulled the wraps off of a new and specially branded smartphone today. Crafted in partnership with mobile hardware manufacturer HTC, the HTC First will run the Facebook Home, a custom version of Google’s Android software tied in tightly with the Facebook social networking service.