Select Page

Author: admin

COVID-19 Contact Tracing: What It Is and How to Get Hired

There has been a lot of talk recently about COVID-19 contact tracing. On the surface, it can sound scary and leave you with many questions. Who will be tracking me and how? Will my every move be tracked? Will my rights be taken away somehow? While COVID-19 contact tracing is ever evolving and we may not have the answers to all the previous questions, there is a glimmer of hope that comes with the developing tracing expansion. If all levels of the government (local, state and federal) want to expand their COVID-19 contact tracing programs, they’re going to need...

Read More

Find the COVID-19 Assistance and Resources You Need

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of us one way or another. You may have lost your job or had your hours slashed. You could be working from home. You may be forced to teach your children their school lessons. One of your loved ones could have been diagnosed with the virus, been hospitalized with it or passed away due to it. You may have even had a confirmed case of the virus yourself! One thing holds true for everyone though:  we could all use a little help right now. The help we need varies and can range from...

Read More

What to Do If You Don’t Have Your W-2 Form

Filing your taxes is stressful enough. The last thing you need is for the keystone document you need for the whole process to go forward to suddenly turn up missing. If this is the case for you, don’t worry. It’s such a common problem, it’s basically the entire reason why the deadline is in the middle of April:  you might need all that time to get things sorted out. We have good news and bad news. The good news is whether your employer lost it, the post office lost it, or if you yourself lost it, the process for...

Read More

How to Save Money This New Year’s Eve

The year is almost over and you want to go out with a bang. However, you don’t want the contents of your bank account to go away with it. It might seem like your only options are to literally go broke this New Year’s Eve or go nowhere at all and sit alone at home. Don’t worry, this is a false dilemma; you can have fun as this year gives way to the next without waking up to an empty wallet in January. For the Partygoers You’ve made up your mind:  you’re going out this NYE no matter what....

Read More

Does Your State Have Programs to Help Veterans Buy and Repair Homes?

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs famously has programs to assist veterans with homeownership, both to purchase and maintain one. While this is an invaluable resource to many, some veterans simply don’t like dealing with the VA. If they want those loans and grants, however, they often think they don’t have a choice. Depending on where they live, they may have another choice – or more than one choice in many areas, actually. More than half of the states have their own programs that offer loans and grants to veterans seeking homeownership. Some even have programs to help...

Read More