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The IRS NEVER Makes Threatening Telephone Calls—Beware of These Tax Scammers!
A very disturbing trend in recent years is the fact that thousands of people have fallen victim to scammers who claim to be calling from the IRS, telling taxpayers that they owe tax balances, and threatening them with imprisonment and/or seizure of assets if they do not comply with their demands for payment.
Do Your Job!
When did it become socially acceptable to ask the customer to do your job for you? This chapter will focus on the delivery service industry. This specific series of events has happened to me personally several times and seems to be a recurring trend that needs to be stopped immediately!
'Peter Pan'-ing Isn't so Cute Anymore
Thirsty Thursdays. Drinks on Friday because thank God it's the freakin' weekend. Saturday bottomless brunch with avo on toast, of course. Sunday Roast somewhere hipster before the Sunday scaries settle in. Monday, lift chat about how tired and grumpy you are that it's a new week.
5 Reasons Your Book Needs to Be Available in Both Print and eBook Format
I am a big fan of the written word and I prefer my books, the ones I read and the ones I write, to be in print. However, I know that there are tons of people out there that are over traditional publishing and love to read eBooks. They prefer their books all stashed away on a tablet or computer. It opens you up to more minimalistic living and it allows for easier traveling with your “books.”
Why More and More Young People Are Quitting Big Companies and Why It's Not Such a Bad Thing
People want to work in a place with purpose, we all want to have an impact! Unfortunately, corporate environments often care more about the numbers than they do the people. They care more about short-term gains than they do the long-term life of the company and its employees.
How I Gain 100 New Followers In a Day
We all know the struggle when you are trying your best to launch your products online. Good and engaged followers can be the difference between getting your products noticed or struggling to make a sale. Wether we like it or not, social media has a huge take on the success of your business; and as a business owner one of your concerns must be to reach more people with your products.
5 Tips To Help You Survive NaNoWriMo
NaNoWriMo, short for National Novel Writing Month, is one of the most widely undertaken annual writing exercises in the world. Every November, thousands of writers — amateurs and professionals alike — attempt to write 50 thousand words in their chosen niche. The rules are simple: you can't include any words that were written before November 1 in your word count, and you must reach the 50 thousand word goal by 11:59 PM on November 30. The rest is up to you. If you make it, the NaNoWriMo organization rewards you with a lovely certificate and a coupon to get the critically acclaimed writing program Scrivener at half price.
Characters Make a Book Worth Reading
A book would be nothing without characters, and with such an important role, it’s vital that we create ones that are strong and stay with the reader long after they put down your book. But why stop with the main characters? Make your supporting characters stand out too.
Two Critical Reasons Why You Should Not Trust Anyone to Prepare Your Taxes
Learning to do your own taxes is not as daunting a task as your tax professional might want you to perceive it to be. Actually, tax preparation software has come a long way in the past few years, making it so easy for you to prepare your own taxes, that it’s virtually impossible not to be able to understand the process, even with absolutely no knowledge of tax laws. There is an entire myriad of relatively inexpensive tax preparation software available today, which makes this all possible, and each will allow you to prepare and e-file multiple tax returns.
Best Fictional Office Spaces You Wish You Could Work At
Office Space may have been one of the most famous workplace movies of all time, but it's far from the only one. Work-related movies, shows, and books have existed for aeons — and most of the office spaces that are described just seem so surreal that they actually make the workplace seem fun.
“Culture” is defined as the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization.
I'm 18 years old and just finished at Sixth Form (Senior Year). It's been around three months now and most of my friends are attending University. I also was going to attend University but changed my mind and decided I didn't want to sit in lectures, make notes and then be examined on those notes later on. I feel like I'm at a place where I just don't know what to do.